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120303_TODD_0270

A Storm hits the black sand beached of Muriwai, Auckland, New Zealand, March 2012. Muriwai, also called Muriwai Beach, is a coastal community located on the west coast of North Island, New Zealand. It is also home to a large colony of gannets. It is approximately 17 km West of Kumeu, 42 kilometres Northwest of Auckland city, at the southern end of an unbroken 50 kilometre stretch of beach which extends up the Tasman Sea coast to the mouth of the Kaipara Harbour. One of several popular beaches in the area (others include Piha and Karekare), it experiences a population explosion in summer when Aucklanders head to the sea.
(Photo Credit Must Read: PAUL TODD/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM

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Keywords:2011-12, 2012, Auckland, Beach, Maori bay, March 2012, Muriwi, New Zealand, Pacific, Stopover, Volvo Ocean Race, birds, black sand, gannets, storm, west coast, UAE, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, lifestyle, travel, Construction, aerial

120303_TODD_0270

120303_TODD_0270

A Storm hits the black sand beached of Muriwai, Auckland, New Zealand, March 2012. Muriwai, also called Muriwai Beach, is a coastal community located on the west coast of North Island, New Zealand. It is also home to a large colony of gannets. It is approximately 17 km West of Kumeu, 42 kilometres Northwest of Auckland city, at the southern end of an unbroken 50 kilometre stretch of beach which extends up the Tasman Sea coast to the mouth of the Kaipara Harbour. One of several popular beaches in the area (others include Piha and Karekare), it experiences a population explosion in summer when Aucklanders head to the sea.
(Photo Credit Must Read: PAUL TODD/OUTSIDEIMAGES.COM