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Rock Studies at Piha Beach, West Auckland, New Zealand

Here are a few photos I took of Rocky places at Piha Beach. The water from the ocean crashes over these rocks at full tide, guided by the Moon.

The Rock pools hold life, anemones, little tiny fish, crabs, hermit crabs, periwinkles, and small shrimps. It’s a world in it’s self a whole environment of it’s own. Sometimes you see a starfish as well.

The waves comes crashing through caves. the shape is formed by violent volcanic eruptions of the past, lava thrown through the air with molten lava. The land raised up through the air by shifting teutonic plates, the Australian and the Pacific plates, one goes to the side and the other goes up and they touch each other.


What do you think?

17 Points

Written by Pamela Moresby


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