The beach in Piha, New Zealand is famous for its surfing but also serves as an excellent place to watch the sunset over the Tasman Sea. I took this shot awhile after the sun had disappeared, just as I was leaving the beach.
Took this one from atop a cliff at Piha Beach in New Zealand.
On the northwest coast of New Zealand’s North Island lies the famous surfing beach of Piha. The rip tides here are intense as are the sunsets. This photo was taken at the main beach. The rock in the picture is nicknamed “camel rock”.
A little ways south of the main beach in Piha, New Zealand lies this small opening out to the ocean. The tide comes roaring back in through this opening like in this photo. This creates lots of foam as the water smashes against the rocks. I hopped up on the rocks and tried not to get sprayed by the foam as I took this picture.