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Maori women who participate in the welcoming dance at the cultural center in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand, wear colorful garb. This woman’s skirt was made with long reed like beads and festooned with colorful feather all around the bottom

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rotorua, north, island, new zealand, maori skirt, beads and feathers, haka dancer

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  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonabout 1 year ago

    What craftsmanship! Isn’t it amazing how each culture has its own distinctive evolution? Nice one. :-)

  • pete
    and like most of these things, all hand made, designed and sewn with precision and creativity.

    – phil decocco

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