Unusual beachside rock formations or unexpected dragon eggs probably left by aliens? 🤔 Truly a tough call. The iconic Moeraki Boulders are nothing if not mysterious and it’s one of my favorite little places to escape to and be by the sea. Don’t forget there are only 3 days left to enter to win a scholarship with @gooverseas
to study abroad in New Zealand (with free @airnz
flights) and have the chance to see some of nature’s great curiosities firsthand 👐🏻 link in my bio to apply #traveldifferently
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Anche se i geologi dicono che queste 50 concrezioni si sono formate oltre 5 milioni di anni fa con un preciso processo scientifico ... a me piace pensare che sia stato proprio il Dio del mare Nettuno,come capita ad ogni bambino, a dimenticarsi delle sue preziose biglie in una bella giornata di sole:🧜🏻♀️🌊🔱
📍Moeraki - Nuova Zelanda 🇳🇿
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Messing around in the boulders of Moeraki. Such a beautiful place, sun, sand, sea and soul. Each step of this trip continues to impress and delight. I genuinely could wake up here every morning and it would never be enough. To top it off a few wild dolphins came to play in the surf and say hello. Some times things just work out like that 🐬 #newzealand #moerakiboulders #travelling #sun #sand #sea #soul #happyplace #dolphins #wild #free
Tide coming in over the dragon eggs 🐉🖤🌊
Day 288: The boulders were only part of the beauty.
That is a nice boulder. I am often intrigued by creation, God had a lot of fun creating our earth 🍃
Today I am thankful for my amazing husband and family in law! They are incredibly loving and supportive. So blessed to be part of their family.
The Moeraki Boulders are a group of large spherical “stones” on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s Otago coast. They originally started forming in ancient sea floor sediments around 60 million years ago, and the largest boulders are estimated to have taken about 4 million years1 to get to their current size. - J. R. Boles, C. A. Landis, P. Dale #dunedin #newzealand #moerakiboulders #beach
Yes I am the little thing on the picture! This is the beautiful place where we saw yellow-eyed penguins for the first time of our life, a lighthouse by the sea.🌊