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A through cave carved by wave action into the cliff face on Three Sisters Beach. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-072

Full cliff face collapse onto Three Sisters Beach near The Point. Large rocks sit at the base of the cliff. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-073

The Four Brothers from Four Brothers Beach. The stack closest to the camera was destroyed two months after this photograph was taken in the storm of 29 September 2003. Pat Greenfield describes this as one of her favourite photographs. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-074

Tear-drop shaped cave beneath Pilot Road Point. Sand levels of beach are high. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-078

Cliff strata from estuary beneath Pilot Road Point. Section of earth at the top indicates a recent cliff collapse has happened. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-079

Two motorcyclists photographed on the beach outside the tear-drop shaped cave beneath Pilot Road Point. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-080

Family of rocks beneath Pilot Road Point looking across Tongaporutu River mouth towards Whitecliffs. Sand level on beach is high. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-081

Pilot Road Arch with motorcycle tracks leading through the arch. Sand level on beach is high. Photograph taken 27 July 2003.
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PHO2008-082

Recent cliff collapse at The Point on Three Sisters Beach. Fallen rocks lie at the base of the cliff. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-083

Documenting the action of waterfalls on the cliff face above Four Brothers Beach. Water has encouraged moss growth on rocks. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-084

Documenting the action of waterfalls on the cliff face above Four Brothers Beach. Close up of moss growth and colouring of rock. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-085

Two of the Four Brothers on Four Brothers Beach. Mount Taranaki is visible in the background. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-086

The oldest of the Four Brothers on Four Brothers Beach. Whitecliffs and Mount Taranaki visible in the background. Clear blue sky. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-087

One of the Four Brothers on Four Brothers Beach. Mount Taranaki visible in the background. Clear blue sky. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-088

Looking through the Twin Arches on Four Brothers Beach south towards Mount Taranaki. Pinnochio rock stack is visible through the arch on the left. Clear blue sky. Photograph taken 30 July 2003.
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PHO2008-089

Looking north down Tongaporutu Coastline from the mouth of Cathedral Cave, Four Brothers Beach. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1000

The Four Brothers rock stacks, Four Brothers Beach. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1001

The Four Brothers rock stacks silhouetted against the sky at sunset, Four Brothers Beach. Gull Rock and Mount Taranaki visible in the background. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1002

One of the Four Brothers rock stacks silhouetted against the sky at sunset. Wispy cloud formations are highlighted pink and yellow by the setting sun. Gull Rock and Mount Taranaki visible in the background. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1003

The Oldest Brother rock stack silhouetted against the sky at sunset, Four Brothers Beach. Starlings visible flying around top of stack. Wispy cloud formations are highlighted orange and yellow by the setting sun. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1004

The Oldest Brother rock stack silhouetted against the sky at sunset, Four Brothers Beach. Starlings visible flying around top of stack. Wispy cloud formations are highlighted orange, pink and yellow by the setting sun. Photograph taken 13 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1005

Pilot Point Arch pictured during storm surge conditions when Pat Greenfield was nearly swept away while photographing. Photograph taken 28 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1006

The Family of Rocks at Pilot Road Point pictured during storm surge conditions when Pat Greenfield was nearly swept away while photographing. The mouth of the Tongaporutu River visible in the middleground and the Three Sisters and Whitecliffs pictured in the background. Photograph taken 28 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1007

Looking south down Four Brothers Beach from The Point. Wave action has exposed a rock shelf beneath the sand, visible in the foreground. Photograph taken 28 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1008

The Family of Rocks, Pilot Road Point, pictured during storm surge conditions in which Pat Greenfield was nearly swept away. Mouth of the Tongaporutu River visible in middleground and the Three Sisters and Whitecliffs are pictured in the background. Photograph taken 28 August 2003.
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PHO2008-1009
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