Beach at Na Koro Suli, Wai-na-Mala [River], 1881
Reference Number: PAColl-5530-14
On the left a stretch of the Wainimala River can be seen with a forest clad mountain beyond it. On the right hand side is the beach backed by a thick plantation of banana palms. Canoes with outriggers are moored to the edge of the beach, and other canoes are on the beach itself, some covered with canopies of banana leaves supported on frames made of canes.
Highlands of Fiji :Copy Negatives from photographs by Gerrard Ansdell, Reference Number PAColl-5530 (42 digitised items)
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