Saturday, April 7th 2012
Around about this time of year each year, very close to the full moon,
the place in New Zealand with the highest tides, also sees some of NZ’s lowest tides.
There is no better place to see and experience that for yourself than down at our “world famous in NZ” beach, Tahunanui. one of New Zealands favourite family beaches,
and not far away from NZ’s and the Southern Hemispheres largest motor camp, the Tahuna Beach holiday camp. Whether it was kids building sandcastles,
or young girlfriends getting some snaps for their future modelling portfolios, everyone was smiling.
Yesterday afternoon, my lovely wife & I decide to go for a stroll.
However whence one noted no parking for 100’s of metres, it turned out I wasn’t the only one that was thinking this way on a glorious, typically sunny Nelson afternoon.
No, it turned out to be us, and about 5 ~ 600 others had exactly the same idea, Good Fridays version of an “Indian Summer” ……
….had everyone out enjoying it. With such a low tide, I just had to see how far you could walk out….
and if you check my Panoramio page here, you’ll see exactly what I mean, a fair distance to put it midly.
So don’t forget, today around 4pm and tomorrow Sunday about 4:45pm, there are very low tides late each afternoon, head on down and experience it for yourself. Even saw some folk swimming, must be from Invercargill I reckon? 🙂
Many more NELSON PHOTOs over at my www.Pan0ramio.com page