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Great No_One 2013-01-20 7:48

Hi Ralf,

You have so many fascinating sculptures in New Zealand, and it's a pleasure to see them as you share them with us. I really like the unique idea of this one, it makes a great subject. The point of view is very good to include the reflection as well as the subject, and the bright flue sky makes a nice contrast to the stone. The red flowers in the lower left of the frame inside the frame are ad nice touch of colour.
All the best
Noel

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Old 01-21-2013, 10:46 AM
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Default To Noel_Byrne: 40+ Sculptures in Tokoroa

Hi Noel,

Yes i am very addicted to sculptures just like you

While planning my itinerary in New Zealand for three weeks, i read about an old less populated town with 40+ sculptures and a bit of history.

And no one has posted in TE before,
So i decided to include it along my way so that TE pple know more about Tokoroa.

However, since the sculptures are distributed all around, and given the time of 3hours constraint before heading to Hamilton backpackers house, i only manage to shot about half of them, some of them against the sunlight without clear image of what is on the pole

Well, i have at least 6 to 7 to share.


Cheers
Ralf
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Wow! I love this. This is really amazing history of sculptures. Thanks for sharing.

Cheap ice sculptures
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