Puniho from Mir

This photograph was taken from the now defunct Russian spacecraft Mir.
You can just about see where we live!

Puniho from Mir
That's the North Island of New Zealand under the spacecraft. The bulge sticking out (centre, top) is the province of Taranaki. You can see the dark forested area - the National Park around our mountain.
Puniho is just left of the line of ranges to the sea.
Over to the far left of the picture, that thin curve sticking into the sea is Farewell Spit, on the South Island.
(We're pretty pedestrian when it comes to naming our bits of geography, yes?)


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