Ocean View

Here’s the beach where we found the island ~as per yesterday’s post.

Lovely long white sand beach, waves, wildlife (an oystercatcher) and a beach island! Ocean View, Dunedin, New Zealand.

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From the carpark, on my way down to the beach with Nigel waiting.

View to the left after getting down there.

But we walked the opposite way, toward the rocks and beach islands.

One of these rocks had a bird feeding on it, turned out to be an oystercatcher.

And then to the first beach island. Nigel’s in the first two photos.

This last photo was taken by Nigel.

more photos will be posted in my next blog-post …

Text by Liz, photos by Liz and Nigel; Exploring Colour (2021)

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    1. Thanks Mike! The south coast has long sandy beach areas interspersed with rocky interruptions and there’s lots of places you can pull off the road into little carparks.

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  1. Wow, again, Liz! That is gorgeous and so much going on. I love the composition of your first image, with the tall tree with fronds highlighting the left and Nigel looking so tiny in the v of the middle!

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    1. You could stay in the south coast area and visit lots of different beach accesses – there’s so many turn-offs into little carparks! and we’re finding there’s plenty of variability in different spots 🙂


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