Maori man - Tattoo arts are common in the Eastern Polynesian homeland of Māori. Men generally received moko on their faces, buttocks (called raperape) and thighs (called puhoro). Women usually wore moko on their lips (kauae) and chins. Other parts of the body known to have moko include women's foreheads, buttocks, thighs, necks and backs and men's backs, stomachs, and calves.
South island - I've only been to the North Island & wish I could go back & complete the whole.
Where tranquility comes to find inner peace.
Church of the Good Shepherd, South Island.