Happy Friday everyone! Today’s featured photo comes from the South Pacific paradise of Easter Island, also known by its native name of Rapa Nui. Easter Island is universally known for its moai, the giant stone statues that were carved by a society that lacked complex tools or technology. Less heralded are the roughly 6,000 wild horses that roam the island. And just like everyone else, those equines enjoy having their picture taken in front of the moai.
This photo was taken during my visit to Easter Island in September 2010.