In this photo illustration from September 27, 2017, a young man looks at the blue sky on the western island of Tonga in the Pacific Ocean.
A new app called “Natural Birds” is releasing images from the island, which is home to about 10,000 people, and the people who live there.
Photographer: Jason Reed/Reuters (Credit: Jason Rester/Getty Images) The app uses Google Maps data to bring you natural landscapes that look similar to your home and that have been tagged with keywords such as “natural scenery” and “nature poems”.
The people who have created the app also share their own photos to give a sense of what life on Tonga is like, such as the island of Waiheke, in the South Atlantic.
The island has been experiencing an El Niño that has seen the Pacific warm significantly.
That has made the weather more intense than usual, and has made some people feel more comfortable in the air.
“This is a very beautiful place and I’m sure this will be something for the whole community to look at and experience,” said Waihei Waihi, the owner of the Waihuo cafe on the island.
The new app will be available to download from the app store in the UK, US and Canada.
The app is not yet available for Apple devices but will be released later this year, Mr Wai said.