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Digital composite image made from 5 original colour transparencies showing Mount Taranaki, the Blue Rata Reserve, and the Pouākai Range from the Stony River. The panoramic image shows the Stony River bed covered with gorse bushes.
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PHO2016-0030

Digital composite image made from medium format film images showing Mount Taranaki, the Blue Rata Reserve, and the Pouākai Range from the Stony River. The panoramic image shows the Stony River bed stripped of vegetation by a flood event.
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PHO2016-0029

Colour transparency showing the ski field at East Egmont/Pōpō, Egmont National Park, covered with hoar frost.
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PHO2016-0028

Colour transparency showing Mount Taranaki from the Blue Rata Reserve on the Stony River. The mountain has no snow on it and is bathed in a rich evening light.
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PHO2016-0027

Colour transparency showing the ski lodge and ski field at East Egmont/Pōpō, Egmont National Park. This lodge was destroyed by fire in 2002 and rebuilt in 2004.
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PHO2016-0026

Colour transparency showing people crossing the Manganui Gorge in East Egmont/Pōpō, Egmont National Park. The gorge is on the way to the ski field. The large avalanche seen here is known as the 'Manganui Monster'.
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PHO2016-0025

Composite digital image made from individual negatives taken on 6 January 2004. Image shows Tongaporutu baches on the southern side of the river with heavy low grey clouds. The view was photographed in the early morning from a high vantage point.
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PHO2015-0259

Composite digital image made from individual negatives taken on 29 February 2004 showing the third of the February 2004 trilogy of storms at the Twin Creeks area, Tongaporutu. The southern creek is visible flowing into the sea from the left of the image. A slip to the cliff is visible in the foreground. Sea is discoloured with run-off from the cliffs. Middle rock is visible on the left in the midground. From the centre the northern-most of the two creeks flows into the sea. A large slip is visible on the right at the northern end of Twin Creeks Cove.
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PHO2015-0258

Composite digital image made from individual negatives taken on 10 August 2008. Shows the entrance and cliffs at the top of the Twin Arches cave system on the northern side, Four Brothers Beach.
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PHO2015-0257

Composite digital image made from individual negatives taken on 3 August 2008. View shows The Gap at Three Sisters Beach. Mammoth rock can be seen on the left side of the image. The sand dune area can be seen in the centre and on the right. The Three Sisters themselves are seen on the far right.
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PHO2015-0256

Composite digital image made from individual negatives taken on March 28 2004. View from the sand spit in Tongaporutu River estuary looking down towards the southern side of the river, Mammoth Rock, and Pilot Road Point. The Tongaporutu baches and the bridge are visible on the left. Pat Greenfield's shadow is present in the foreground. Driftwood on the northern side of the river bank visible in the foreground.
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PHO2015-0255

Panoramic view of the Three Sisters Beach dune, Three Sisters Beach. A portion of Mammoth Rock is visible on the left of the image and the Three Sisters rock stacks are visible on the right. Pat Greenfield's shadow is visible in the immediate foreground on the left.
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PHO2012-0659

Looking north towards the gap between Mammoth Rock on the left of the image and the Three Sisters Beach dune on the right, Three Sisters Beach.
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PHO2012-0658

Southern end of the Three Sisters Beach dune, Three Sisters Beach.
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PHO2012-0657

Looking north towards the gap between Mammoth Rock on the left of the image and the Three Sisters Beach dune on the right, Three Sisters Beach.
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PHO2012-0656

The New Sister rock stack, Three Sisters Beach.
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PHO2012-0655

View north towards the Three Sisters rock stacks, Three Sisters Beach.
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PHO2012-0654

Cliff face at the northern end of Four Brothers Beach, close to The Point.
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PHO2012-0653

Cliff collapse at the northern end of Four Brothers Beach, close to The Point.
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PHO2012-0652

Rocks and sand patterns, Four Brothers Beach.
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PHO2012-0651

Southern entrance to the Twin Arches and Twin Arches Cave, Four Brothers Beach. The Four Brothers rock stacks are visible in the background.
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PHO2012-0650

View of the Fractal Rock, Four Brothers Beach. The rock has now eroded away into an arch shape.
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PHO2012-0649

View of the Fractal Rock, Four Brothers Beach. The rock has now eroded away into an arch shape.
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PHO2012-0648

Looking south along MacKenzie's Day towards Cathedral Cave, Four Brothers Beach.
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PHO2012-0647

View of the northern entrance to the Twin Arches Cave, Four Brothers Beach.
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PHO2012-0646
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