30 April 2013

Rangitoto Island, New Zealand

I don't have a literary example to give here, but then I don't need one as the photo is eloquent enough. All the same, the volcanic island of Rangitoto, in the Hauraki Gulf, forms the backdrop of many New Zealand literary canvases. I took this from Takapuna beach, which looks deserted, although in reality it was lunchtime and there were a number of people sunbathing and eating and drinking around us, but I just found a moment when no one was walking along the sand.

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