3 in Science & Nature Love It Panmure Basin part 2 _ Mangroves and Bridge by Pamela Moresby November 12, 2018, 9:41 pm 361 Views 7 Votes 14 Comments Share Tweet Pin This is Panmure Basin with the tide out with photos taken from a different area. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 7 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet PinMangrovesmarine lifeNew ZealandPanmure Basin Written by Pamela Moresby 14 Comments Leave a Reply Very nice photos Pam. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Carol, glad you like it. Log in to Reply Like these views very much, thanks a lot for sharing!!! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Anastasia, pleased you like it. 1 Log in to Reply Such gorgeous photos! 1 Log in to Reply Glad you like it Ellie, the Panmure basin is very scenic 1 Log in to Reply Mangroves, you say? I guess my sister was wrong and men DO grow on trees… 1 Log in to Reply Lol. They live on the harbours and live in the silt. They are part of a world of livestock in themselves, flounder fish, crabs, shrimps and other things, Kingfisher birds wait for anything to eat, small fish. 1 Log in to Reply does it also rain men in your neck of the woods? Log in to Reply Beautiful pictures … the landscape must be fantastic 1 Log in to Reply New Zealand landscape is beautiful everywhere you go, and it was not until I went overseas that I truly began to appreciate what we have here. Thanks for your kind comments Vidocka Log in to Reply Beautiful view and beautiful pictures – is this sweet or sea water? 1 Log in to Reply This is sea water, salty. the inside of the mangrove is saltier than the sea water which is a clever design of this plant, as it attracts nutrients from the water, as the water is drawn to the stronger salt content. Log in to Reply Nice view there, Pamela. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.