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This is an image of Cape Foulwind on the NorthWest coast of New Zealand's South Island. It was given it's name by James Cook in 1770, when he passed it during a heavy storm.

Just around the corner from here is a seal colony which can be reached via a walkway, and it's possible to see lots of seals from the viewing areas.

Beautiful day, beautiful place....shame about the name!

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