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You probably know by now that I’m a fan of acrylic prints, but this beauty looks stunning framed, but especially as a phone case or throw pillow! Of course it’s also available as prints, posters, metal prints, and greeting cards. The throw pillow can be seen here.

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My third and last set of six “in the zone” shots, taken at a historic Maori meeting point near two rocks at Te Henui Stream, New Plymouth. In fact, I was lying on these rocks to get the best shots! I loved the flow of the water, and the speed it was flowing at.

The two images you see here make me think of silk being spun, or even candy floss!

It’s amazing that such a small stream has such a great force!

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Water in motion. Both shots show the beautiful sun rays shining on the water and the rocks at the bottom underneath the surface. Loving the shimmering light reflection! I can really feel the energy here!

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Leading on to what will be a new work of art, we undertook a trip to Te Henui Stream a couple of weeks ago, to take a number of photos intending to inspire us somehow into ideas or thoughts, terms or phrases guiding our research preceding the creation of a piece of art.

There were some requirements for the shots to be taken, including wide, mid, and close up, pattern, flow, abstract, and “in the zone”.

Starting here with my favourite wide shot taken from a historic meeting/negotiation point between tribes.

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