Ngā Tohuwhenua Mai Te Rangi: A New Zealand Archeology in Aerial Photographs
Two oblique views of Te Wheao, a pā on low hill country at Te Haukē, west of Lake Poukawa, central Hawke's Bay
These photographs were taken in the course of circling the pā in the late afternoon, with sunlight coming from a low angle to the north-west. The first view (top) is taken from the east, with the main features lit from behind and showing clearly. The second view (bottom) is taken from the west, with features lit from the front (i.e., from behind the camera) and showing less well. However, the photograph is taken from a fairly steep oblique angle so that the shadows created by some features, and the hill itself, can still be seen. The site is about 100 m long.