10/13/21

My Corner of the World


Cathedral Cove, used in Narnia films

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30 comments:

riitta k said...

Such an impressive view!

Michele Morin said...

Oh, wow! I need to rewatch the Narnia films!

Einari Sinappi said...

Fantastic place! And not too bad on the photography too. :)

Thomas Lee said...

Wow! Beautiful rock formation

Taken For Granted said...

That is an impressive beach. I can see why a film company would use it as a location.

Daniela said...

Thanks most sincerely for hosting each Tuesday such a lovely party!
Enjoy the remainder of your week
Daniela at ~ My little old world ~

Kirsi schreibt said...

It must be an intersting and beautiful place - wonderful photo from the landscape,
greetings
Kirsi

Suzana said...

Wow! Very beautiful place. But what I love most is the color of the water...
Thank you for sharing this place!
Happy WW and a beautiful week!

Peabea Scribbles said...

Oh to explore that place would be so fun. Thanks for hosting.

Amy said...

I've never been there but I know it's a popular tourist spot.

Sharon Wagner said...

Mother nature's handiwork. Cool coast!

suituapui said...

Heard of Narnia, don't think I've watched any. I saw one where they used a church in Puhoi as its location. I went there when I went to New Zealand and I did blog about it here:
https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/get-me-to-the-church-on-time/

Lydia C. Lee said...

I didn't realise the Narnia films were in NZ. Or maybe I did and I've forgotten. Beautiful. Really hope to get over there soon.

Cloudia said...

Thanks Dear!

Sandee said...

Beautiful place for a lovely walk. Our out on a boat. Either one.

Thank you for hosting the fun.

Have a fabulous day and rest of the week, Betty. ♥

Soma @ inkTorrents.com said...

Beautiful place. Can you walk inside?

-Soma

dee Nambiar said...

Such a dreamy place.
That rock wall!! <3 Love it!

Thank you for hosting, Betty. :)

Nancy Chan said...

I am very curious and would love to visit the cave before the tide comes in. Thank you for hosting and have a great week.

Jahreszeitengeflüster said...

Hi, great photo - I've never seen this film set before and I'm so glad you're showing it in your project!
I discovered MCoW by chance and am now very happy to participate!
Best regards, Lisa

Veronica Lee said...

Looks like an amazing cove to explore.

Fabulous capture, Betty!

My GBGV Life said...

What a beautiful spot. We would love to go there.

Amy Johnson said...

amazing! I love seeing places where movies were made. Thanks for the party.

Rostrose said...

This landscape looks spectacular, dear Betty!
I've seen the Narnia films but I don't remember this place...
All the best
Traude
https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2021/10/babybauch-shooting-und-die-farben.html

lily said...

Hi Betty thank you for this opportunity https://tblsite.me/2021/10/08/coffee/#comment-3130 I love your photo, that is one beautiful county! I would love to go to NZ, I believe they did the Lord of the Rings there as well and hobbit houses. Fascinating. :)

Karin M. said...

Interessantes Naturbauwerk...
LG. Karin M.

My Desktop Daily said...

It really is a gorgeous part of the world, Betty. I loved it when I visted and it the perfect location for Cair Paravel!

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

PS: Thanks for hosting, Betty!

csuhpat1 said...

Wow, so very beautiful and stunning. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Lowcarb team member said...

It certainly looks a lovely spot.

All the best Jan

Rambling Woods said...

Wow..magical place.....