Taupo (inhabited place)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
200 x 143 mm. A portrait of a group of Maori women standing and sitting in front of the entrance of an assembly house. This group are all in traditional costume, probably their finery especially brought out for the photographer. Two of the girls wear cloaks made from Kiwi feathers (kahu-kiwi) and one a cloak decorated with black cords (korowai).
55 x 80 mm.
196 x 138 mm. A view showing Maori men, women and children bathing in a hot spring.
202 x 144 mm. A view looking between trees across the lake, the largest in New Zealand with an area of 250 square miles. With a rowing boat in the foreground
202 x 145 mm. A view of part of the lake with an assembly house and a Maori man and woman in the foreground.
202 x 144 mm. A group portrait of Maori women and girls, posed by the entrance of an assembly house. Apart from the girl at the right, who wears a kahu-huruhuru or feather cloak, the group is dressed in European clothes.
198 x 141 mm. A view from the eastern shore of the lake looking past trees and a reclining man towards the small island which lies just offshore.
120 x 75 mm.
125 x 75 mm.
198 x 142 mm. A view looking down on the curving river, with steam rising in places from the steep banks. It is difficult to tell which of the numerous small plateaux above the river is the Crow’s Nest.
142 x 198 mm. A view from the lakeside looking down on to the boiling spring, with steam rising from its mouth and an outlet running into the lake.