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#3023 silly season in the antipodes

Tourists converge on Nelson from December 26th and Tahunanui (Tahuna) Beach is overrun with those wanting (rightly) to take advantage of the good weather. It goes against my need for solitude when I go to the beach. However, I just have to go a little further and, suddenly, you are no longer in Nelson, but in a wild place, full of native bush. By the time I have crossed this little path I am in another world and I can watch the crowds on the beach from afar, enjoying the good weather.

you thought it was beautiful*


you thought it was beautiful

Abel Tasman park, November 2021, South Island, New Zealand, Sylvie GE

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