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The famous and loved Pania Of The Reef gazing to the ocean

This image of the popular bronze statue in Napier is created from an unusual angle adding mystery and attitude to Pania's legend. Shot during a cyclone, the sea spray softened late afternoon sunlight to highlight her beautiful details

What's Up Tom?

The Tom Parker Fountain at night with Pania watching the light show

Pania of the Reef

Pania was a beautiful maiden of the ocean

Located in Napier on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The statue was commissioned by members of the Thirty Thousand Club after the Anglican Bishop of Aotearoa, Frederick Augustus Bennett, related the legend of Pania to them

Te Mata Peak Squared

Te Mata Peak and autumn trees in a sunny moment between being cloaked in cloud and rain arriving

Peak Autumn

Te Mata Peak and autumn trees in a sunny moment between being cloaked in cloud and rain arriving

Te Mata Peak & Range Sold

Sunshine breaking through the cloud illuminating the farmland below Te Mata Peak

The zigzag trail became controversial and was subsequently removed before opening to the public

Pania Of The Reef

Pania was a beautiful maiden who lived in the sea

Located in Napier on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. The statue was commissioned by members of the Thirty Thousand Club after the Anglican Bishop of Aotearoa, Frederick Augustus Bennett, related the legend of Pania to them

Who's Gonna Drive You Home Tonight

Te Mata Peak near Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand on a cold windy grey evening

Pania Of The Reef

Pania was a beautiful maiden who lived in the sea on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand

The statue was commissioned by members of the Thirty Thousand Club after the Anglican Bishop of Aotearoa, Frederick Augustus Bennett, related the legend of Pania to them. The beautiful old wooden building in the background is Conservation House and was once the Napier Courthouse