8/2/20

Patea beach

The ever changing beaches have uncovered our shipwreck at Patea
again. The Waitangi was peeking from the sand for the third
time in the last 14 years.
I was really surprised at the changes at the beach, but it was three
years ago that we last walked on the sand dunes.
Of course, the waves are always mesmerizing!
Hubby took most of the photos.

Waitangi shipwreck, Patea, NZ

Waitangi shipwreck, Patea, NZ

Waitangi shipwreck, Patea, NZ

Waitangi shipwreck, Patea, NZ


Patea, NZ





You can check out these past posts to see the changes in the beach when the remains were uncovered:


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14 comments:

EricaSta said...

Wow... what a wonderful landscape. Thank you for sharing.
Stay healthy and well.

At Home In New Zealand said...

It makes one wonder what else is hidden away beneath our sands, waiting for nature to reveal it at some stage.

Rhodesia said...

Beautiful photos well-done Keep well and have a good week, Diane.

Taken For Granted said...

Interesting old wreck and it has deteriorated considerably since your first post in 2011. It is dramatic, and I can see why you are drawn to photograph it. Keep documenting the changes over the years.

Amy said...

oh old shipwrecks, very cool and NZ has plenty of those. Do you know much about this one?

kiwikid said...

I find it fascinating nkwthe sands change and move we see it here thru the year, sometimes there is a shady beach near us and sometimes it moves further along. Great to be able to see the wreck again.

Linda said...

Ah, the ocean reveals its secrets. Interesting.

Heidi R. said...

The black sand on the beach tells me about past volcanic activity?

Handmade in Israel said...

Such interesting landscape! Love that the wreck has been revealed again.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a wonderful place to explore ... always so much to muse/meditate about on a beach walk, and here in addition to the waves and the sand and the vastness of the ocean, you have the shipwreck to contemplate. Thanks (to both of you) for sharing. (We’ve not made it to our portion of the Pacific yet... one of these days!).

Mikael Bergman said...

looks really beautiful

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

How interesting to see the shipwreck still laying on the beach after all the years and only being revealed occasionally.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

That's pretty amazing, and beautiful photos! I don't think people realize how dynamic sandy beaches area, and how they are constantly changing.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Wow! Quite an amazing array of photos, Betty. Bravo to your husband!
Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.