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The huge portrait of the young Queen Elizabeth, painted for the Royal Visit in 1953 by artist Jack Wood with Barbara Gaye (known as Gaye) Hoskin standing beside it.
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PHO2001-412

Coastline with cliffs stretching into the distance, taken from Gibbs' Fishing Point, looking north towards pinnacles of The Four Brothers. The sea is choppy with large waves crashing against the base of the cliffs. Dark clouds over the land mass and blue sky over the sea.
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PHO2007-144

Dulcie Richards, wearing a lavender sweatshirt, trackpants and blue socks, standing on the wooden stairs outside her pale blue weatherboard bach. The door to the bach is open and a large pohutukawa tree frames the left side of the image. In the foreground there is a low concrete wall with steps down to the beach, with driftwood piled up against it. (Dulcie's bach later burnt down)
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PHO2007-153

Dulcie Richards, wearing a lavender sweatshirt, trackpants and blue socks, leaning on a brown wooden fence next to the lavatory on the Tongaporutu Reserve. She is holding a white toilet brush in her right hand. The metal toilet door is open, revealing the interior of the toilet. A black water tank is positioned on top of the toilet and a brown fence runs in front of it. In the foreground long grass partially obscures Dulcie's feet.
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PHO2007-154

The Third Sister of The Three Sisters, occupying the left of the image, silhouetted against the sky at sunset. A seagull stands on the top of the pinnacle and another flies overhead. The sky is clear and tinged with pink hues. A section of beach in the foreground leads into the sea, which is calm with small waves.
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PHO2007-155

Two of The Three Sisters photographed in a low golden light. The textures of the pinnacles are highlighted by the light striking their faces. Whitecliffs and Mount Taranaki occupy the background. The sky is clear and a small trail of foam from a wave leads the eye from the foreground to the Sisters and Whitecliffs in the background.
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PHO2007-156

View of cliff faces running along Gibbs' Beach, with Elephant Rock occupying the right of the image. The light is low and golden, highlighting textures of the cliff faces. Algae growing at the base of the cliffs is a vivid green. Black sand in foreground, blue sky in background. Low tide with small pools of seawater at base of cliffs. Cave to the left of Elephant Rock is the site where the inspiration for Pat's project began.
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PHO2007-157

The Hole in the Rock, the point that separates Gibbs' Beach from Four Brothers Beach, taken from Gibbs' Beach looking south. Black sand with a silvery trail of seawater across sand in foreground. Left of image dominated by cliffs with vivid green algae growing on rock at base. To the right in the background, Mount Taranaki is visible. Pictured late afternoon in a golden light.
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PHO2007-158

Hole in the Rock pictured to the left of the image. Rocks and seawater in the foreground, with Whitecliffs stretching around to Mount Taranaki in the background. Taken at sunset in low golden light. Clear sky. Photograph taken 8 July 2001.
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PHO2007-167

Middle Sister of The Three Sisters dominates the right side of the image. The Youngest Sister is visible on the left and between the two pinnacles Whitecliffs and Mount Taranaki are visible in the background. Shot at sunset in low golden light with a clear blue sky in background. Photograph taken 8 July 2001.
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PHO2007-168

The Three Sisters photographed from Gibbs' Beach at sunset. Mount Taranaki is visible between the first and second Sisters in the centre of the image. The Sisters are silhouetted against the sky, which is clear with pink and purple hues. Photograph taken 8 July 2001.
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PHO2007-184

Coastline from Gibbs' Fishing Point looking south towards Four Brothers Beach. A large plume of spray crashes against the closest cliff face in the foreground. Pinnacles of Four Brothers visible in middleground. The sea is choppy with small areas of white backwash. Grey clouds sit over the land mass.
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PHO2007-185

Coastline from Pilot Road Point looking north towards Rapanui. Tide is low, large section of beach exposed beneath cliff. Cliff line stretches from foreground into background on left hand side of image. On the right hand side, the waves are small and the sea is relatively calm. Several figures are walking on the beach and their footprints have made visible lines in the sand.
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PHO2007-186

Coastline from Pilot Road Point looking south across Tongaporutu River at dusk. Expanse of beach with water from the river occupying the foreground. In the middleground, the cliffs of Gibbs' Beach are pictured to the left with Mammoth Rock and the Three Sisters visible. Whitecliffs and Mount Taranaki can be seen in the background. Soft golden light and clear sky.
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PHO2007-187

Pilot Road Point photographed from O'Sullivan's Farm. Pilot Road Point dominates the left hand side of the image. Striations of earth and rock visible on cliff face with scraggly bush clinging to the edge of the cliff. The Three Sisters and Whitecliffs are pictured in the background. The tide is low, the beach is exposed and the waves are small. Clear blue sky.
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PHO2007-188

Interior of cave below Pilot Road Point with recently fallen boulders in the foreground. These are the boulders that prompted the beginning of Pat Greenfield's 'Tongaporutu Coastline' project. When photographed here, they had only just fallen, but were gone when she returned in a fortnight's time. Striations of rock visible. Pool of water and another section of cliff face seen through a tear drop shaped cave mouth. The light has a blueish tone. Photograph taken 27 April 2003.
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PHO2007-189

Cave below Pilot Road Point taken from the beach. Moss, vegetation and variously coloured striations of rock pattern the cliff face. Image has a distinctly blue tone to it. Photograph taken 27 April 2003.
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PHO2007-190

Cave below Pilot Road Point taken from the opposite side from where bouders fell. Boulders that started Pat Greenfield's documentation project pictured beneath tear drop shaped rock arch of cave. Photograph taken 27 April 2003.
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PHO2007-191

Rock formations outside cave below Pilot Road Point. Rock face sculpted into curves by wave action. Glossy striations banding the rock formations. Blueish tone to image. Photograph taken 27 April 2003.
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PHO2007-192

Coastline from Gibbs' Fishing Point looking north down Four Brothers Beach. Photographed at dusk in a golden light. Small waves with minimal backwash. Clear sky over land mass. Pinnacles of rock visible in background. Photograph taken 27 April 2003.
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PHO2007-193

Coastline from Gibbs' Fishing Point looking north down Four Brothers Beach. Photographed on a clear day with blue sky and very calm sea. Small waves and minimal backwash. High tide.
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PHO2007-194

Coastline from Gibbs' Fishing Point looking north down Four Brothers Beach. Photographed on a grey, cloudy day with low light. Tide is very low and pinnacles of rock are standing clear of the water. Small waves with minimal backwash.
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PHO2007-195

Cave below Pilot Road Point, taken from the northern side of the cave. In the foreground is the only boulder remaining from the rock fall documented on 27 April 2003, as a storm passed through which shifted the boulders. Sand of the beach and the cliff face behind can be seen through the tear drop shaped cave mouth. Photograph taken 18 May 2003.
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PHO2007-199

Cliff face beneath Pilot Road Point taken from within the cave. The cave mouth is sihouetted against the bright outside light. The tide is high enough that sea water has covered the sand on the floor of the cave. Striations of earth and rock, along with scrub and moss, are visible on the cliff face, which colour the cliffs in a range of oranges, greens and grays. Photograph taken 18 May 2003.
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PHO2007-200

Cliff face beneath Pilot Road Point taken from the beach. In the foreground several large rocks are pictured on the beach. Four arches carved into the base of the cliff are visible. The cliff face is coloured in a range of oranges, greens and greys. The sky, with high cloud, can be seen in the top right of the image. Photograph taken 18 May 2003.
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PHO2007-201
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