These photos are a slice of New Plymouth, the largest city in Taranaki.
The murals are seen on the underpass walkway to the coastline.
One of the clever warnings on the electrical boxes.
A petrel among the gulls on a roof.
Hubby loves feeding his eely buddies.
While he was feeding the eels, a little girl pointed out the baby birds in a hole in the wall.
They possible belong to these pigeons.
The walkway follows the Huatoki River to the sea. If you look closely, you can see
a white dot on a rock in the middle of the photo.
This is the dot! A crab hiding in a hole in the rock.
This was one of the awesome formations at Back Beach.
I really like this shot that I took through one of the openings.
Sadly, it wasn't long after the above photos that a storm destroyed them.