Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Water:New Zealand ; Land of adventure

Bethels sand dune, when the America's biggest loser came to New Zealand because New Zealand is th elasnd of extreme sports, the contestants climbed the dunes. I am proud that I climbed a few times. We love the challenge of sliding down the giant dunes. The challenge is even greater climbing up, when you climb one step, and slip two thirds down. Each time I climb up, I vow I will never do it again. But the call of the sand beckons me to slide down again. It's like there is a spirit.

At the bottom is a creek.

My artist friend Oliver Wong whom I met in New Zealand did this."Enjoy the deep blue sea."


Carver said...

Great shots of your beautiful coast. To answer your questions, you asked about the first shot in my nature notes post and the flower is butterfly weed. You also asked about the pink flower in my Today's Flowers post and if you meant the logo for Today's Flowers, I do think that's a camellia but I didn't design the logo. Under the pink flower the first of my shots is a hydrangea bush.

Lina Gustina said...

It's my first time to see something like this. Very interesting!

Ginny Hartzler said...

Oh gosh, you are brave. Wouldn't the sand be loose and you could slip???

oliver wong said...

Ann, what a wonderful way to have a ride.