Posts Tagged ‘Bertie Plaatsman’

Plank Pun

25/09/2017

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Bushwalk

31/05/2017

Almost Christmas

27/11/2016

Almost Christmas

Beautiful Heather

30/08/2016

Beautiful Heather

Encounter during a bike ride through the forest. It was stunning and it smelt very nice with the warmth of the sun shining on it all day.

Taken with smartphone.

Window shopping

21/07/2016

Window Shopping

This window display made my day. It’s so wonderfully soft, light and feminine. Sometimes that is just what you need.

Taken with smartphone.

Let there be Light

24/12/2015

Let there be Light

Merry Christmas – Happy Holidays – Season’s Greetings!

 

Graphical New Zealand

28/07/2015

Waihi_Martha_Mine

Martha Goldmine, Waihi, New Zealand

Whangamata

Whangamata, New Zealand

Wynyard Quarter Exhibition (part 2)

02/09/2013

In my post of 2 August 2013, I talked about the exhibition at and about the Wynyard Quarter. The show has now closed, and I am happy to post some images of the work inside the blue container.

A Second Wind

Photos from my book “A Second Wind”, about the coal fired steam tug “The Daldy”, which was also exhibited.

Wynyard Quarter

The two photos on the left were taken by me in the fast-changing Wynyard Quarter. For the first one I was standing on top of one of the old silos and I spotted a young girl holding balloons and wearing a helmet, which seemed quite peculiar. The one next to it is my impression of “The Cloud”, a multi-purpose event venue built in 2011. The two photos on the right were taken by Ruth Ames also in the Wynyard Quarter.

Ruth Ames

These three images are also work by Ruth Ames, who documented the changes happening in Daldy Street.

Sonya Roussina

“Cynthia” is a series by Sonya Roussina, which shows Cynthia, who is a regular visitor to the Wynyard Quarter piano.

Wynyard Quarter Exhibition

Great to see people enjoying our work! For a better look at the images, please visit my website.

Flower Power

22/03/2013

Flower Power
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Flower Power2
We can all do with a little flower power from time to time. This beautiful rose (Abraham Darby, David Austen Rose) grows in my garden and it has a wonderful fragrance. A real treat!


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