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Scenic For Cat Patches


This weeks subject on Foto Finish is Scenic. I wanted to post something local and was going to avoid water and reflections as others have used that this time but couldn't go past this image taken at Lake Mangamahoe which is just on the outskirts of New Plymouth. It is about a 10 - 15 minute drive from where we live.
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MareeR said…
PS the header photo om my blog was taken from the same scenic reserve. This is a more iconic image for our area especially when there is more snow on Mount Taranaki.
Peggy said…
When I look at this photo it just radiates it is a nice place to go and just sit and slow down and rest. The little birthday girls pics are great she is a little doll!
Kate said…
Very interesting photo of a very pretty place. The tree area looks almost gray, which makes the green grass and other color pop out in this photo. Love this shot!
Barbara said…
What a pretty place. Very peaceful looking. I love the lines. Thanks for posting to Foto Finish, Maree.
quiltzyx said…
I'm glad you picked this shot for Foto Finish. I love that 'S-curve' of red flowers next to the water!

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