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Photo: Wooden Dinghy Kaikoura Coast

An old wooden dinghy gets a new use as a display at the roadside caravan of Nin's Bin Lobster/Crayfish along the Kaikoura Coast of New Zealand.

This old wooden dinghy, hauled out onto the beach along the Kaikoura Coast, is used as a decorative prop along State Highway 1, the main road in New Zealand. Loaded up with lobster pots, the dinghy is found beside Nin's Bin, a roadside vendor selling lobster (often referred to as crayfish in New Zealand) from a caravan.

Dinghy loaded with craypots at Nin's Bin Crayfish caravan along the Kaikoura Coast (State Highway 1), South Island, New Zealand.


Wooden Dinghy Kaikoura Coast

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Wooden Dinghy Kaikoura Coast
Photo of an old wooden dinghy along the Kaikoura Coast on the South Island of New Zealand.

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Wooden Dinghy Kaikoura Coast
An old wooden dinghy gets a new use as a display at the roadside caravan of Nin's Bin Lobster/Crayfish along the Kaikoura Coast of New Zealand.
Photographer
Rolf Hicker
Stock Photo ID
nzk3s3146-ed.jpg - Wooden Dinghy Kaikoura Coast
Country
New Zealand
Province
South Island

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