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Samoan Chiefs - Samoan Islands, Apia, Chiefs The photographer was G. Riemer, the paymaster of the SMS Hertha who took many stereoviews during the journey of the "Hertha" to East Asia and the Islands in the South Pacific. - by vicky Moana, Samoan Men, Samoan Food, Samoan People, Costume Ethnique, Afrique Art, Polynesian Culture, Hawaii, Island Girl

Samoan Chiefs - 1870s

Samoan Islands, Apia, Chiefs (1870s) The photographer was G. Riemer, the paymaster of the SMS Hertha who took many stereoviews during the journey of the "Hertha" to East Asia and the Islands in the South Pacific. (1874 - 1877)

Newborn: Baby Kruz :: Orange County Newborn Portrait Photographer Wednesday, August 2011 Read post My sweet little nephew, Kruz Carlos James Brunt. We are grateful for our new addition to the family. Baby Boy Photos, Newborn Pictures, Baby Pictures, Newborn Pics, Baby Baby Baby Oh, Baby Kids, Orange County, Hawaiian Baby, Boy Photo Shoot

Newborn: Baby Kruz :: Orange County Newborn Portrait Photographer

My sweet little nephew, Kruz Carlos James Brunt. Born at 1:20pm on August 2nd, weighing 7.9 lbs, 19 inches. We are grateful for our new addition to the family.

The international date line is a current issue of Samoa. People are crossing the international date line and entering the country. Samoan People, International Date Line, Polynesian Culture, Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Island Nations, Thinking Day, People Of The World, South Pacific

Samoa skips dateline: America Samoa now the last place on earth to see the sunset

As Samoa skips across the international deadline to bring it closer in time to Australia, American Samoa has become the last place on earth to see the sunset.

Samoan Proverb – Sorted like a fishing net in the morning – One Samoana Wisdom Quotes, Life Quotes, Islands In The Pacific, Warrior Tattoos, Learning Support, Proverbs Quotes, Hawaiian Tattoo, Polynesian Culture, Samoan Tattoo

Samoan Proverb – Sorted like a fishing net in the morning | One Samoana

As the heart of the Pacific ocean, it makes sense that so many of Samoa's alagaupu & muagagana (proverbs & idioms) use the imagery of fishing. Like this one: O le upega e fili i le po, 'ae tatala i le ao Its literal translation: The fishing net is knotted (or braided) at night, but opened (or untangled) in the morning/day. Dr Schultz explains that after night fishing, fishermen would hang their nets ...