Last Friday I travelled to Waiheke Island, 40 minutes by ferry from the Auckland CBD,
to walk the sculpture trail along the headland of the island.
The track was about 2.5 kilometres, and was dotted with 31 sculptures.
My favourite was the one on the top left; it was made up of a number of thin mirrored
vertical slabs which created myriads of interesting collages.
It was an EXTREMELY hot day, and a long one - from where I live
it's a 2 hour drive to Auckland.
It was also quite crowded, as it was one of the last few days of the
exhibition - but it was well worth the effort.
Here's a shot across the harbour looking back to the city: