Double sided jetty at Kawaha Point
Whatawhata Morning Fog
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Bridal Veil Falls (top viewpoint)
The waterfall is the long-term result of a volcanic eruption that happened around 2 million years ago that spewed lava down a river valley, which then solidified over the older sandstone. This harder basalt then remained intact as water flowed over it and cut a deep pool in the softer sandstone underneath. The plunge from the top goes down 55 meters into a large 5-metre deep pool before it disappears into the thick bush. Photo Id: JAB_20191006_3702.
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Manaia Road Saddle and Lookout
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Tapeka Point Beach
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Oyster Encrusted Rocks, Paihia
Oyster encrusted rocks exposed by the tide on the shore at Paihia, looking out to Motumaire and Taylor Islands on an early morning. Photo Id: JAB_20190126_7656.
Crater Rim towards Mt. Ngauruhoe
Tongariro National Park, New Zealand
Taken while walking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing. The tiny people in the foreground put the enormousness of the crater and Mt. Doom into perspective.
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Mt Taranaki from Mt Ruapehu at sunset
This photo was taken from Mt Ruapehu in the Tongariro National Park, New Zealand at about 1500 metres above sea level. The mountain in the distance is Mt Taranaki approximately 150km away.
Tawhai Falls, Tongariro National Park
The Tawhai Falls tumble over the edge of an ancient lava flow which erupted from Ruapehu many thousands of years ago.
Tongariro National Park's Mt Ngauruhoe volcano at sunset
Tongariro National Park, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand
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Cliffs at Waverley Beach
Snow Capped Mount Taranaki
Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, is the centre of attention of the Taranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island. It is a dormant stratovolcano and one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world.
Farm and Mount Taranaki
Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, is the centre of attention of the Taranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island. It is a dormant stratovolcano and one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world. It is located in a national park with intensively-farmed dairy pasture reaching right up to the mostly-circular park boundary.
Mount Ngauruhoe is an active stratovolcano in the Tongariro volcanic complex on the Central Plateau of the North Island of New Zealand. It featured as Mount Doom in The Lord of the Rings movie.