A small selection of my travel photography that shows a slightly different approach. Of course I photograph food and hotels, but sometimes the details tell you more about a place.
Elizabeth Pulman (1836-1900), 'Tita Wirum Te Wahanuis Sisters', an albumen photograph, titled and
Bid Live on Lot 354 in the Antiques, Fine Art and Collectables Auction from Trevanion & Dean.
Haumia Tiketike, Haumia | Mäori Performing Arts - Ngä Rëhia
Haumia Tiketike, the son of Rangi and Papa, is the god of uncultivated food, i.e. wild berries and roots, wild plant, and fernroot, a staple food of the Māori; the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealando. Haumia contrasts with his brother Rongo, the god of the kūmara and all cultivated plants... Haumia agreed to the forced separation of his parents. Because of this he was subjected to the fury of his brother Tāwhirimātea, god of winds and storms, who would have killed him if their…
2011: Pele's Bowl by WrendingRae on DeviantArt
The fiery Pele from Hawaiian legend. Most people associate fire and lava with destruction, but in Hawaii it is also considered a creative force. Where t... 2011: Pele's Bowl
Atua Wāhine, Portrait | Sofia Minson Artist
Original painting SOLD, Flashe on canvas, 980 x 1700mm, 2016 Explore the story of the artwork >> Print sizes and editions (limited to 95) Regular museum archival paper print - 507 x 785mmLarge
These Stunning Photos of New Zealand's Largest Gang Will Give You Sleepless Nights
New Zealand photographer Jono Rotman got unprecedented access to around 200 members of the Mongrel Mob. We asked how he did it.
Two valuable Gottfried Lindauer paintings stolen in Auckland ram raid burglary
Cops cast net wide as they say the theft of Lindauer portraits doesn't look political.
Sofia Minson – Parnell Gallery
From her studio in Auckland, New Zealand, Sofia Minson paints bold, soulful, finely detailed portraits, landscapes and surreal oil works. She is inspired by the land, myths and people of Aotearoa (NZ) as well as the unity she sees amongst richly diverse cultures from around the world.
Virgin of the Seven Sorrows by Heather Straka
View Virgin of the Seven Sorrows by Heather Straka at Nadene Milne Gallery in Arrowtown, New Zealand. Discover more artworks by Heather Straka on Ocula now.
Hercule Florence, o homem que documentou os índios brasileiros no século XIX
No século XIX, os índios, nossa fauna e nossa flora foram documentados por Hercule Florence, que contribuiu para um grande levantamento etnográfico e geográfico no país.
Makereti Papakura | National Library of New Zealand
Photograph of Makereti Papakura, probably taken in her whare at Whakarewarewa. She is seated at a writing table, wearing a kiwi feather cloak. Th...