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In today's busy society we often forget about the simple things in life, which are easily overshadowed by our hectic lifestyles. It could be as simple as taking a drive down to the coast, pulling out some chairs, and enjoying a quiet conversation as the sun sets over the our diverse landscape. It's all there for us to enjoy - it's just a matter of actually enjoying it. I came across these two doing just that late one afternoon at Princess Bay on Wellington's south coast. - Mark Gee

Sunset Conversation by Mark Gee on - Princess Bay on Wellington's south coast

Moonset Over Island Bay by Mark Gee on 500px

Moonset Over Island Bay by Mark Gee on

Coexist Charm Bracelet- Silver angel wings om tree of life cross ankh

Coexist Charm Bracelet- Silver angel wings om tree of life cross ankh

This sterling silver bracelet features silver plated pewter angel wings om aum Celtic cross tree of life hamsa hand magic genie lamp ancient labyrinth amp ankh charms - representing the

A spectacular New Years Day sunrise at Byron Bay, Australia. Cape Byron is the most easterly point of mainland Australia and is the first to see the sunrise in mainland Australia each day.   Smoke from bush fires in the surrounding area hazed up the sky as the sun rose causing the sky to glow red and yellow hues. This image was shot from 5.7km away with a 600mm lens and a 1.4x extender. Photo by Mark Gee Taken on January 1, 2014

Fotografía Cape Byron - A New Year Dawns por Mark Gee en

Milky Way rising with a faint aurora on the horizon by Mark Gee (Instagram)

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Moonset over the South Island by Mark Gee on 500px

Moonset over the South Island by Mark Gee on

RICHARD ABBOTT: Oriental Bay - Please Wait to be Seated ... The 18 finalists in the Carter Observatory 'Light & Dark' photographic have been named.

RICHARD ABBOTT: Oriental Bay - Please Wait to be Seated . The 18 finalists in the Carter Observatory 'Light & Dark' photographic have been named.

Boatstrand’s tiny harbour has provided a living for generations of Copper Coast fishermen, from early times, right up to the present day. Originally the open boats were heaved high up onto the beach by groups of tough rugged fishermen, but life was made dramatically easier in 1880 when the harbour was built. But life on the Atlantic is never easy, and the availability of comfortable well paid jobs in other areas of the economy have made fishing much less attractive.

Boatstrand’s tiny harbour has provided a living for generations of Copper Coast fishermen, from early times, right up to the present day. Originally the open boats were heaved high up onto the beach by groups of tough rugged fishermen, but life was made dramatically easier in 1880 when the harbour was built. But life on the Atlantic is never easy, and the availability of comfortable well paid jobs in other areas of the economy have made fishing much less attractive.

St. Mary of the Angels, a bit of French Gothic in downtown #Wellington, New Zealand.

Mary of the Angels, a bit of French Gothic in downtown Wellington, New Zealand.

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