land as opposed to sea.
Since I did so many landscape terms while on my vacation, I decided to now do the ones I didn’t do then.*
*I can say that in Kēlen! (translating the object of NI as something coming into existence, so ‘make done’ and having the abstract pronoun jāo stand in for whatever that was.)
ñalla jacērja ja āl ñalla jāo ja wā ñalla jāo il anniþen;
I’ve decided that now I make done what I did not make done before.
a forest, an expanse of trees considered as a single thing.
The bottom picture was taken from the skyrail near Cairns that travels over the rainforest.
reef, a coral reef, such as the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia.
From the surface:
a desert – a place that gets little rainfall.
ñi jasāma jamāλa il antārranni il antielen;
The desert becomes green during rain and afterwards.
and everything blooms…
We were among the lucky few to see Uluru during a rain, and therefore got to see lots of waterfalls, some of which only lasted a few hours.
All those silver/blackish streaks are waterfalls.
la þō ñe jatārharrien jaþāe;
This is a lying-down waterfall.
A horizontal waterfall from Kata Tjuta. (Or, a temporary rivulet if you prefer.)
a rock, a stone. For example:
A close-up of this type of rock:
ñi þō jakīþa tō jakīþi jīþi nā;
This rock is made from many other rocks.
a wave, like these off of the south coast of Australia:
A series of waves, like one finds in the pictures, might be better refered to using the collective antāoni
il jaliþa la antāoni ansīþi;
the waves are energetic today
This was Sept 10th’s word.