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Foto Finish - The End


Barbara at Cat Patches blog has decided to end her weekly link up for Foto Finish. At most only around six people have linked up weekly. These are my last images. I wanted to use images taken last weekend on a Women In Action trip to Raglan. We meandered our way to Raglan on Saturday by the back roads stopping several times to view different beaches and natural phenomena. These images are from three different places.

1 - Exiting the tunnel through to the beach at Waikawau

2 - Natural bridge at Marakopa

3 - Underground tunnel at Waitomo.

Thank you Barbara for hosting Foto Finish.
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Barbara said…
Thanks for posting these, Maree. So good to hear from you. Thanks for being one of the "regulars". Hope I'll continue seeing you on Facebook.
quiltzyx said…
Lovely shots Maree. Thanks for sharing with us.
Carola said…
Wonderful cave shots.

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