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    Plenty of excitement.

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    What more dramatic backdrop for your wedding pictures?

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    This bull seemed to be dancing in the slanting sunlight.

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    There was a very socia-bull atmosphere.

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    People passing along Madras St were all craning their necks.

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    And for all their mass, quietly expressive.

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    The bronze bulls are massive, life-sized.

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    Maybe it's time for a cheer-up.

    We were lucky here in Chch to be visited by Michael Parekowhai's amazing bronze bull-and-piano sculptures from the installation On First Looking into Chapman's Homer.

    They sat on the corner of Madras and Armagh Sts, on a bumpy uneven demolition site among the remains of the central city.

    I saw them on their final weekend, on a sunny Winter afternoon. There were throngs of well-dressed people milling about admiring the artworks, chatting together, taking photos of each other with the bulls, and generally having a lovely time.

    Dunedin • Since Jul 2010 • 3298 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Spring is Like a Perhaps Hand, in reply to JacksonP,

    bird!

    levitating goldfinch, lovely! Who needs wings?

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  • Capture: Two Tales of a City, in reply to Ian Dalziel,

    Monet or mon drain…

    Haha, very good. :-)

    Hope your household's keeping its feet dry, Ian?

    Dunedin • Since Jul 2010 • 3298 posts Report Reply

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