1/4/17

Garden of Tutunui and WATW



One of the sights we saw while riding around in Taranaki.

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14 comments:

Dina Lettre said...

Oh, that's neat. I love whales.

Rhonda Albom said...

Great sculpture and interesting story behind it. Thanks.

diane b said...

An interesting tale of the sculpture.

Christine said...

That's fascinating and a great monumental sculpture! Love your photo too!

Vilt og vakkert said...

Heisann.... interesting story! Wish you a happy and peaceful new year ;:OD)

Jill Harrison said...

ha! I thought they were dinosaur ribs. Have a great week! and happy 2017!

Taken For Granted said...

This week we will just try to stay warm in our sub-zero temperatures. The whale sculpture looks great. I like your photo of it better than the one on the official site.

jeannettestgermain said...

Went to read the story, and I already thought it showed a a skeleton -haven't lost my touch yet (to interpret art):)
Love it! Can imagine to hear the story from the chief's side -what an intriguing story that would be!
Thank you for hosting Betty! Have enjoyed we had more blog contact with each other this last year- you're living in a beautiful country :):)

Photo(Geo)grapher said...

Gorgeous shot!

Erica Sta said...

I read the tale of the whale: Interesting!

Sharon said...

That colorful fence is amazing!

Ida said...

Super cool sculpture and such a fun story behind it.

CountryMouse said...

I thought it had to do with a whale and I was right. Interesting sculpture and story.

Uppal said...

Fascinating shape and lovely shot!