Old english glass a dump ,a reef and the beach between 20/6/2020

by Gregory Reeves
(Opunake , south taranaki , New Zealand)

The town Opunake in taranaki new zealand was a settlement of nz maori a ship ran aground just north of the settlement in 1863 and all people were protected by the tribe from other maori hapu from taking lives. Opunake in the spirt of partnership and care between both cultures as it is today.

A dump in a valley next to a black volcanic sand beach has been in use since and until 1973 and covered. Over more than one hundred years bottles and every other material imagined have been tumbling and breaking to this day.

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