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Muriwai Beach

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Muriwai is one of my favourite places on the planet… It’s beauty and fierceness are indescribable. Every time I am there, I am shocked by it and as I leave I am planning my next trip. It’s only an hour from home, so it’s not that difficult. The seabirds are incredible, here are two – a gannet with nesting material in its beak. This is a massive bird, with a metre or more wingspan. On the bottom is a Caspian Tern. I am pleased with this shot, though I wish it were a bit sharper, but they fly like bullets, so this is good – especially since he’s got a bit of dinner for the kids in his beak!

In between, a couple of landscapes and to-die for sunset.

I love Muriwai!

 

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Written by Titirangi Storyteller

04/12/2013 at 12:42 am

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  1. Beautiful beautiful photos!!! I would love to be there

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    Laura ray

    04/12/2013 at 2:10 pm

    • Well, if you can’t make it in person, you can indulge with the photos… but should you win the lottery one day, I have a gorgeous guest room with a peak at the harbour… and we can drive out to Muriwai, and KeriKeri, and Piha and you will fall madly in love with it and never want to leave…

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  2. These are amazing. Permission to use one as a header image when I change over? (Probably the second or third one)

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    Poietes

    15/01/2014 at 6:52 am

    • Absolutely! I’ve been spending a bit of time out at Muriwai again this summer. It’s the only beach I go to and never swim… going out again on the 2nd. Should go sooner…

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