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Wharariki Beach, Cape Farewell, New Zealand
New Zealand

Wharariki Beach with the Archway Islands has stunning views of arches formed from years of errosion by sea water. During low tide the water receeds and you can walk around some of the rocks. One movie that has been filmed here is "The Lovely Bones", for its other worldly apperance.

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Copyright: Thomas Huang
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Chargée: 15/06/2012
Mis à jour: 13/10/2014
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Tags: wharariki; beach; cape; farewell; new zealand; mountains; nature; sand; bay; rocks; arches; arch; hiking; tramping; trekking; archway; islands
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