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Michael Bajko

RIMUTAKA FOREST PARK: The Beer Cooler

Michael Bajko

Rimutaka Forest Park: Orongorongo River

East of Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand

February 26, 2011, 11.25 am NZST

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© 2011 Michael Bajko, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

Caption

Here we have reached the Orongorongo River that flows through the Rimutaka Forest Park. The water course runs along the edge of the bed, to the north (where the Sun is in the Southern Hemisphere) around to the right (east) down past the exposed bank you can see.

We're in the middle of the dry season here but once the rains start in May more water will flow. The river only ever reaches bank to bank after a couple of days of constant rain. That's when it becomes very dangerous. Not only is the water hard and fast, and the bottom uneven but the current is more than likely carrying boulders and tree trunks.

I'll show the water course in the next panorama, and by the way the Pampas Grass here is one of two Argentinian imports that have taken over the country from our native Toetoe, a more ancient and less-evolved, variety.

Location

Australia - New Zealand / New Zealand

Lat: 41° 20' 21.29" S
Long: 174° 58' 54.39" E

Elevation: 106m

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

Nikon D90, Nikkor 10.5mm, Panosaurus, Slik Tripod, PC core2, Adobe Bridge, PTGuiPro 9.0.4, Photoshop CS3 extended, Pano2VR.
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