Titirangi Storyteller

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Love from Titirangi Beach

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Went for my constitutional, started out at at French Bay to the east and decided to walk around Shag Point (where I nearly got caught in the incoming tide!) to Titirangi Beach and then hiked up the hill to get back home. These are some of the things I saw along the way. Fortunately, I had the long lens on the camera so I could get up real close.

This is one you really do have to click to see all the details…


Written by Titirangi Storyteller

17/11/2010 at 10:11 pm

7 Responses

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  1. Beautiful Photo’s


    Lady Jude

    18/11/2010 at 12:35 am

  2. Love the collection of images.



    20/11/2010 at 11:25 am

    • Thank you Poietes… I am so blessed to have this beach less than ten minutes walk from my house. I am so remiss as to frequent it as if it were an hour or two away…


  3. The old stone bus shelter used to have lead strips on the roof joints to stop the water coming through, as kids we used to climb on it and cut bits of lead off to use as sinkers for fishing lines.
    This is where the tar seal used to end and after this was just gravel road. We used to walk up to the bus in gum boots and then put on our good shoes for shopping or school, then on the way home leave our shoes on the wooden seats inside, back on with the gum boots and slosh through the puddles home.


    Peter Waters

    21/04/2014 at 2:26 pm

    • Wow! When was this, Peter? They’re ending the bus service down here in August… I hope the bus shelter doesn’t go. But it’s still pretty sleepy and quiet down here… one of the many many many reasons I love it.


      • I was lucky to have my childhood here from the late 60’s to 1977 before leaving to live in Australia… such great memories brought back to life by the many entries about the area. There are lots of great stories from those innocent times.


        Peter Waters

        21/04/2014 at 5:28 pm

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