<p>This photo was taken at Waikawau Bay, Coromandel, New Zealand. After a gorgeous drive up the coast I was greeted with this scene. It kind of reminds me of the symmetrical paintings I did at primary school where you painted one side then folded the paper in half. The weather always seems to provide unique opportunities up this end of New Zealand.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><i>This photo and caption were submitted to <a href="http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/">Your Shot.</a> Create and share albums, puzzles, and games with your photos in our Your Shot community.</i></p>

Waikawau Bay, New Zealand

This photo was taken at Waikawau Bay, Coromandel, New Zealand. After a gorgeous drive up the coast I was greeted with this scene. It kind of reminds me of the symmetrical paintings I did at primary school where you painted one side then folded the paper in half. The weather always seems to provide unique opportunities up this end of New Zealand.

 

This photo and caption were submitted to Your Shot. Create and share albums, puzzles, and games with your photos in our Your Shot community.

Photograph by Steve Burling, Your Shot

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