After some wonderful Photo Journeys(http://phototravelings.blogspot.com/search/label/Bharat%20Sharma) from New Zealand, Bharat Sharma shares a recent Photo Journey from Raglan. Let's check out this journey and know more about this wonderful place in New Zealand...
Raglan is a small beach-side town located at around 50 km of Hamilton, New Zealand on State Highway 23.
Raglan is best known for its surf. 8 kilometers from the Raglan township is a series of surf breaks including Indicators, Whale Bay, Manu Bay, Vortex Bay...
Raglan is associated with Whaingaroa Harbour, which is also known as Raglan Harbour, on the west coast of the Waikato region in New Zealand's North Island. The harbour runs 12 km inland from the entrance, for the most part is less than 2 km wide and is the northernmost of three large inlets in the Waikato coast.
Bharat's new car parked around sea-shore near Raglan, New Zealand !
A wonderful photograph shows a long road behind the car and shining water on right... A wonderful photograph from Raglan, New Zealand.
Southwest of Raglan, there is a volcano of Mt Karioi. According to Māori legend the Karioi was a jilted Maori Princess who, upon discovering that love was lost, lay down and rests until this day. The area is also home to the popular tourist destination, Bridal Veil Falls, which is located 20 kilometres southeast of the township.
There are various waterfalls around the place and some of them are amazingly beautiful.
To know more about Raglan, please have a look at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raglan,_New_Zealand