The Pancake Rocks

By Guernseydan  
The Pancake Rocks on New Zealand's stunning West coast.

So called due to the ancient sedimentary layered rocks eroding at different rates and creating a stacked pancake effect!

This area is also famous for its blow holes from the pounding waves of the Tasman sea and I was fortunate enough to be in the area on a decent evening spring tide, giving me some nice low angled light coupled with the action of the sea spouting through the rock formations.

Thanks for looking.

Dan

Tags: Rocks West Coast Island New zealand South Pancake Punakaiki Landscape and travel


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User_Removed 9 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
30 Jan 2009 7:48AM
Great place. I loved Punakaiki.

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30 Jan 2009 8:52AM
Nice shot, Dan.

I think I'd have cropped away the sky to give more prominence to the FG rocks and splash. Just a thought.

Cheers
Bill
30 Jan 2009 9:21AM
Beautiful photograph. New Zealand is on my wish list
EllieEdge Plus
9 15 42 Norway
30 Jan 2009 10:50AM
Because it is so dark at the bottom it blends into the black bacgrount. I think a thin white or light blue "edit->stroke" around the photo could work well here.
- Ellie

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