100 Days Project

wilma: God lives here on the Eastern Bay of Plenty

We call it The Place where God lives, of course it is'nt, It's simply where the Motu River flows down from high in the mountains, through the gorges and into a small area of the Bay of Plenty.

,ve come to the conclusion--- that if God were to chose one single place to live it would be here. Over my 100 days I'm going to take you, with my trusty little pink camera and show you our beautiful piece of New Zealand.

Day 6:

The white Heron

This heron has been making its way from the south Island for perhaps the past five or six years. There is only one and it was how we came to think of this place as the place where God lives because the first time we saw her/ him my grandson said he'd though it was one of God's Angels. I know the photo doesnt do it justice but you'll have to beleive me it is a very special bird.