Appreciate seeing to statutes from the web, because I will never be able to visit here.Looks like chickens on the greens this morning.
I don't think so, Shauna.
Wasn't there more totem poles on the right?
same for me gwynn... i have always found eater island so interesting, mysterious and tragic. the history of the island is really sad. it is amazing to have a webcam here
I remember reading about Easter Island as a child and it seemed so mysterious. It's strange to think that I really COULD go see them.
26apr18-- Easter Island's Moai statues : They stand with their backs to the sea and are believed by most archaeologists to represent the spirits of ancestors, chiefs, or other high-ranking males who held important positions in the history of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, the name given by the indigenous people to their island. A Thank You to our host, Te Moai Sunset, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view of Easter Island's Moai statues. EnJoy EnJoy
I'd love to be there with my rucksack on ready to go walking - and of course a picnic in such a beautiful place would go down a treat.
Anyone planning a picnic now that this camera is back? I see a couple heading up the hill with their backpacks. I'd enjoy an afternoon of hiking here!
23apr18--Easter Island is famous for its 887 extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa Nui people. EnJoy EnJoy
Glad to see this one back!
Hi Gwynn, wonder if Janey will be able to join us for our picnic, it's a super day.
I missed the downpour, Audrey, but it is sunny here today! It's definitely time for another picnic!