A rough sea yesterday (13 May 2010) had waves of the Pacific Ocean crashing dramatically against the rocks below the headland at Dashing Rocks, Timaru, South Island, New Zealand.
I took this photo late in the afternoon when the sun was low and creating some lovely light. This view is looking north, with the coast - the Canterbury Bight leading off into the distance.
There is a lovely scenic walkway called the Dashing Rocks Walkway along the cliff top just north of Caroline Bay that gives fantastic views back to the bay, the city and the port.
The walkway leads to a point along the cliff where this photo was taken, it's where ancient lava flows from Mount Horrible met the sea.
The geometric shapes of the resulting basalt columns are evident here, they were caused when the lava cooled and cracked into regular shapes.
The point at Dashing Rocks was once one of the coastal whaling lookouts and the rocks below was a favourite Maori fishing place.
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