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The Golden Sand of Te Henga Beach near Sunset
New Zealand

Only with a short time left before I had to rush for a dinner appointment with a friend in Mission Bay, I just managed for a brief pause at this beautiful bay with golden sand.

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Uploaded: 17/06/2013
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Tags: te henga; waitakere; bethells; auckland; new zealand
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