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A9FJ

Trig Point A9FJ in the Duder Regional Park

Trig Point A9FJ in the Duder Regional Park

This trig point at an elevation of 120 metres is the highest point of the Farm Loop on Duder Regional Park. Its coordinates are 36° 54′ 18.76921″ S, 175° 04′ 46.82853″ E.…

Whau Arts Festival

Whau Arts Festival

Whau Arts Festival

Energy, confidence and hope were the dominant sentiments at the opening of the Whau Arts Festival (October 16-19 at Avondale) last night. A community had rallied together under the banner of the arts to inspire and to turn a new leaf for a suburb, seemingly without a heart, yet full of people with imagination and aspirations.…

Cones

Traffic Cones

Traffic Cones

I have included pictures of traffic cones at various times. The most creative use was seen last weekend at the Whau Arts Festival in Avondale. This is the view from underneath the dome, and a general view for orientation below.…

Tired

Traffic Cones at Te Uru

Traffic Cones at Te Uru

Traffic cones about to fall asleep after a day’s work.

At Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery. In the window a video (Cobalt Sun) and 3D printed works by Sorawit Songsataya.…

Noodles — OnDo (Seung Yul Oh, 2015)

OnDo (Detail) --- Seung Yul Oh 2015

OnDo (Detail) — Seung Yul Oh 2015

This sculpture by Seung Yul Oh appeared nearly around April 2015 at Ballantyne Square, Dominion Road. Intended as a temporary art work, to soften the impact of never ending roadworks in the area. Standing about 4-5 metres high, soba noodles are held aloft by giant chopsticks (or maybe the other way round).…

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