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Pōhutukawa

The Pōhutukawa — New Zealand Christmas tree. These photos were taken at Piha, on the West Coast of Auckland

Pōhutukawa

Pōhutukawa

Up next the language of groups Street gangs, sports clubs, political parties, families, people who for all kinds of reasons are regularly together, naturally develop a vernacular wildness Words ought to be a little wild for they are the assault of thoughts on the thinking. – J.M. Keynes
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