The seaside New Brighton Pier (the new Brighton Pier) walks directly from the exit of the second floor of the library to Brighton Bridge. This is a pier that stretches into the sea about 300 meters long. The seagull leisurely inhabits the guardrail and walks in the sea. Listening to the sound of the sea and looking at the vast South Pacific is indeed pleasant.
The beach is just under the bridge. Because it is a weekend, there are so many people on the beach, not only walking and sunning, but also many people playing sports that are not common in China, such as surfing and sea kayaking.
The wind and waves are very big, the surfers are constantly slamming under the waves, but they can always stand up again, waiting for the next big wave.
Christchurch, the third-largest city in New Zealand that has been baptized by the earthquake, is our main residence. New Brighton, the wealthy area that was once close to the coastline, is now quieter because of the fear of the earthquake and the tsunami.
At North New Brighton, in the early morning, I will stand on the balcony and face the rising sun; in the afternoon, on a sunny day, I will walk barefoot on the beach to see the locals by the sea. Doing the outdoors; the most beautiful is of course evening, the brilliant orange red dyed the sky, listening to the waves hitting the shore, watching the clouds and clouds around the sky~~