Thursday, August 9, 2012

Cliffs Near East Cape, New Zealand


 Cliffs reaching down to the clear turquoise waters of the Bay of Plenty

We're getting closer to the edge of tomorrow......no wait, I think it's the edge of yesterday!  I'll have it figured out by the time we get there! (See previous 2 posts)

As we travel farther east, the road gets bumpier, the little Maori villages are few and far between, and we haven't seen a petrol station, or a place to get some breakfast, for miles.  I don't seem to mind, though, as the wild beauty and remoteness of this place seems to sing to my soul. 

6 comments:

janc@mac.com said...

You've taken some amazing pictures in New Zealand but if I had to choose a favorite so far, this would be it.

diane b said...

There is a place in Tasmania called the edge of the world. I'm interested to see the edge of tomorrow. This sure is a rugged part of the coast. There are not many people left in NZ because they are all here...hee hee.

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darlin said...

Beautiful capture of a breathtaking place. It doesn't matter with scenery such as this if it's yesterday, today, or tomorrow... I could get stuck in a time warp with breathtaking views such as this.

Have a wonderful weekend Karen, I must admit I'm curious where you're taking us to! :-)

Robin said...

Karen, absolutely stunning!

Linda Gross said...

This photograph is gorgeous. The clouds seem to be pressing down on the landscape below them. Simply stunning.