Sunday, February 4, 2018

Report #34 Tauranga, New Zealand February 3, 2018 Saturday Partly cloudy & 73 degrees Part #3 Of 4 50 Pictures

Our walk continued…..

 

 

Police Station

 

Port entrance

 

Have to show ID and ship card to get in

 

Choose your goodbye

 

Logo for 2018

 

New flower arrangement

 

Distinct rose blossoms

 

Sailaway

 

A cormorant wall art

 

Escorting a freighter

 

Harbor boat

 

Locals may watch from the top

 

Peaceful harbor side

 

There are sheep all over here

 

They appear as grains of rice on the hillsides

 

Shallow waters of the harbor

 

Shore birds work the exposed sand bank

 

Commercial cranes

 

Herring gull

 

Much larger than a silver gull

 

Local boat

 

Party boat

 

Celebrating Saturday night

 

Bird has an oyster in its beak

 

Timber…..

 

Tug

 

Gull

 

Looking for food

 

Slow-flying

 

Low-flying

 

Funny, they are going the same way

 

Even this gull

 

Working container port

 

A pile of lumber

 

Tug was pulling us

 

Dozens of shore birds on the sand

 

This one is different

 

Sea mist in the gap

 

Someone saw seals here, but we did not

 

They have been fishing all day

 

A clear picture

 

Herring gull

 

Looks like a toy boat

 

Kia Ora – Maori for welcome

 

Pier outside the port gates

 

You can see harbor to ocean

 

Harbor

 

Boats in the harbor

 

Foraging for food

 

Lucky for them when the tide goes out

 

Shore birds

 

 

 

 

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