New Zealand spiral shells

Millie, I think you have some baby spiral seashells. These are from New Zealand. They are spiral shells.

Black Barn Farmer's Market, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.

Lammas is a celebration of the first harvest, the garden harvest. County fairs and farmer's markets are the place to be in August. [This is Black Barn Farmers Market, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand].

New Zealand

Title: New Zealand. Mitre Peak, Milford Sound Creator/Contributor: Mitchell, L. (Leonard Cornwall), (artist) Created/Published: Wellington [New Zealand] : G. Loney, Government Printer Date issued:

Koru, Icon of New Zealand. 'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond.

Koru - The unfolding spiral tipped shoots of the New Zealand silver fern plant become new fern fronds. Thus the reference to new life or a new start. Especially in Maori culture, these Koru have a strong symbolical meaning.

Te Arawa Marae, Rotorua, New Zealand

Tama-te-kapua - captain of the Te Arawa canoe, Te Papaiouru Marae, Ohinemutu

New Zealand Lamb. The meat of sunshine!

New Zealand Lamb. The meat of sunshine! "Antique Advertising Poster" From "back in the day" when Marketing pro's didn't really have to work hard for their money!

Iconic New Zealand foods

Top Things to Eat and Drink in New Zealand

Marmite vs Vegemite - a never-ending debate in NZ! (marmite for sure!