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Store Shed At Day Break

Glenorchy

These are the latest three additions to my fine art collection that I’ve just updated. They’re all images that took a long time to come together. I find that images like these and the feeling and meaning that’s held within them never happen quickly. They tend to take a long time to evolve, sometimes with the location being visited numerous times before the image appears as I want it too.

So this is me at the moment: I’m really enjoying exploring images that represent a place and time and hint at a human presence at the moment. Personally, I think that by capturing representations of human life that show the passing of time, it gives me a stronger inner connection to my own memories but it also allows me to connect and make sense of the world around me.

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Glenorchy 2019

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Abandoned House

Hooper’s Inlet

It’s a shame that this place no longer stands. It collapsed several years ago after a storm blew through and over the peninsula. At the time it was standing it was in the middle of a sheep paddock that had obviously been used by the local animal population for some time. Despite this, it still had this wonderfully personal family feeling about.

So this is me at the moment: I’m really enjoying exploring images that represent a place and time and hint at a human presence at the moment. Personally, I think that by capturing representations of human life that show the passing of time, it gives me a stronger inner connection to my own memories but it also allows me to connect and make sense of the world around me.

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Aleki Morris-Lome

Featured Photo – Aleki Morris-Lome

Today’s feature is of Otago and Harbour centre Aleki Morris-Lome. The former Bayfield and Otago Boys’ High School pupil who started his first-class career playing for Southland (having played 17 games for the Stags) has been a regular feature of the Otago backline this year and has set-up many opportunities for the players outside him.

Otago v Manawatu (30.09.19)Aleki Morris of Otago looks for support during the Mitre 10 Cup match between Otago and Manawatu played for the Ranfurly Shield at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Friday 30th August, 2019.

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The Eastern Peaks

Glenorchy

In the chill of the still morning air, just as the sun comes up there’s a moment when even the most rugged of features can take on a majestic feeling. It’s in that half light when objects can seem real yet unreal at the same time and your mind can spend the rest of the day trying to workout if that moment really happened.

So this is me at the moment: I’m really enjoying exploring images that represent a place and time and hint at a human presence at the moment. Personally, I think that by capturing representations of human life that show the passing of time, it gives me a stronger inner connection to my own memories but it also allows me to connect and make sense of the world around me.

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Glenorchy – 2019
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The Style of Amy Du Plessis

The semi-finals have been decided in the Farah Palmer Cup with Canterbury and Auckland hosting semi-finals in the Premiership and Otago and Hawkes Bay hosts the semi-finals in the Championship.

Farah Palmer Cup Premiership, semifinals:
Canterbury v Counties Manukau; Auckland v Wellington.

Farah Palmer Cup Championship, semifinals: Otago v Northland; Hawke’s Bay v Tasman.

Featured Photo – Amy Du Plessis

Otago Spirit v Taranaki Whio (08.09.19)The Otago Spirit’s Amy Du Plessis runs through a gap during the Farah Palmer Cup match between the Otago Spirit and Taranaki Whio played at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, on Sunday 8th September, 2019.

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