8 December 202021 July 2021 Punakaiki West Coast NZ This is a view of the Punakaiki headland of the Paparoa National Park in New Zealand. Punakaiki is a well-known tourist location on the remote West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Famous for its Pancake Rock formations which are behind the viewer standing at this lookout point. Several blowholes are a feature, but only at high tide on the Tasman Sea – known in New Zealand as “The Ditch”. Oil painting by Dai Wynn on linen board. 40.6 cm high by 30.5 cm wide by 0.3 cm deep approximately.