SundayStills – Fog and Clouds of Aotearoa – the Land of the Long White Cloud

I love clouds. I once tried a project of photographing clouds every day for a month. I was a little concerned there might be some cloudless days but I was  in luck – or maybe I just chose a cloudy month.  Or is it because I live in New Zealand/Aotearoa – the land of the long white cloud?

It is so intriguing gazing at atmospheric skies. Clouds are a never-ending source of fascination.

Here is a selection of foggy sunrises , misty clouds with fringes of sunlight and a couple of lucky rainbows just because. Did I mention I love rainbows too?

4 thoughts on “SundayStills – Fog and Clouds of Aotearoa – the Land of the Long White Cloud

  1. That is so beautiful. I am a neighbour of yours across the ditch on the east coast of Australia. I am in a head and neck cancer FB group that is called Head and Neck cancer Support Aotearoa. I really wish I could pronounce your beautiful word with precision. Denyse #sundaystills

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    1. Thank you Denyse. It’s a beautiful word.
      Pronunciation of Maori is easy if you remember each short vowel is always pronounced the same way no matter where it appears. A- as in car, E as in egg, I as in me, O as in for, U as in you. Double vowels or those with a macron is just extended but same sound. ( sorry that is the teacher coming out in me). I have followed you for a while and am most impressed with your strength shown in your story of head and neck cancer, and the support you show to others. Thanks for your kind comments on my clouds.

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