A Word A Week Challenge New Zealand South Island Travel

A Word A Week Challenge – UNDULATE

What a hard one for this week’s A Word A Week Challenge! UNDULATE.

Normally I choose one of my travel photos quickly when I see what the challenge word is for that particular week, but this time I have struggled.  According to good old Google, undulate is a verb meaning “to move with a smooth wave-like motion”. Similar words or phrases include “rise and fall”, “surge”, “wave”, “roll”, “swell”, “ripple” and “whirl”.  It’s not an easy word to capture with the camera. Hmm…

Having shrugged off the urge to pass on this week’s challenge, I have come up with a few photos which hopefully demonstrate UNDULATE. What do you think?

The ripple of the glacier from above - Fox Glacier, NZ
The ripple of the glacier from above – Fox Glacier, NZ
Undulating Haast River, NZ
The flow of the Haast River, NZ
The surge of the surf towards Moeraki Boulders, NZ
The surge of the surf towards Moeraki Boulders, NZ
The approach to Mt Cook - undulating mountains.
The approach to Mt Cook – undulating mountains.

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Safe Travels,

x Sonia x

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