the old clock
chimes down the hours
fire and flood
we are drowning
with our heads
in the sand
how many more
do we have
Wai-O-Tapu (Sacred Waters) is a large area of thermal activity north of Rotorua, within the active Taupo Volcanic zone. The area is very colourful due to the minerals held in suspension. The yellow is sulphur and the red-brown is from iron oxide. There are lots of boiling mud pools and the vegetation is mainly stunted Manuka.
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