Serge Thellier

Serge Thellier

Posted on 01/15/2013


Photo taken on March 28, 2005



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DSCF1106 Lumières magiques de Nouvelle Zélande.

DSCF1106 Lumières magiques de Nouvelle Zélande.
L'île du Nord, en anglais North Island,
Selon la mythologie Māori, l'Île du Nord et l'Île du Sud viennent de l'époque où régnait le demi-dieu Māui. Māui et ses frères étaient en train de pêcher depuis leur canoë lorsque Māui attrapa un énorme poisson. Alors qu'il ne portait plus son attention sur le poisson, ses frères se battirent pour le poisson et le découpèrent. Le poisson devint l'Île du Nord tandis que le canoë forme l'Île du Sud. Les montagnes et les vallées seraient issues des coups des frères de Māui donnés aux poissons lorsqu'ils se le disputaient. Ainsi, le nom Māori pour l'Île du Nord est Te Ika-a-Māui, qui signifie le poisson de Māui.

The North Island (Māori: Te Ika-a-Māui) is one of the two main islands of New Zealand,
According to Māori mythology, the North and South Islands of New Zealand arose through the actions of the demigod Māui. Māui and his brothers were fishing from their canoe (the South Island) when he caught a great fish and pulled it from the sea. While he was not looking his brothers fought over the fish and chopped it up. This great fish became the North Island and thus a Māori name for the North Island is Te Ika-a-Māui (The Fish of Māui). The mountains and valleys are believed to have been formed as a result of Māui's brothers' hacking at the fish. Until the early 20th Century, an alternative Māori name for the North Island was Aotearoa. In present Māori usage, Aotearoa is a collective name for New Zealand as a whole.

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Rita Guimaraes
Rita Guimaraes
comme un rêve.
4 years ago.
Serge Thellier has replied to Rita Guimaraes
Merci Rita !
...Effectivement, le calme et la lumière du soir incitent l'esprit à vagabonder...
4 years ago.
tigermaus
tigermaus
magique, vraiment!
4 years ago.
Serge Thellier has replied to tigermaus
Bonjour Tigermaus,
Merci de ta visite. Magique, romantique...Un beau moment à partager.
4 years ago.