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Early New Zealand Photographers: TYREE, William

Early New Zealand Photographers: TYREE, William

TOAST | AW16 Early Autumn House & Home Look Book. Photograph by Nicholas James Seaton

TOAST | AW16 Early Autumn House & Home Look Book. Photograph by Nicholas James Seaton

30 Interesting Photographs Show Street Scenes of New Zealand from the 1960s to early 1980s

30 Interesting Photographs Show Street Scenes of New Zealand from the 1960s to early 1980s

New Zealand from the 1960s to early 1980s

New Zealand from the 1960s to early 1980s

Completed in 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Images by Stephen Goodenough. The idea of the ‘Urban Cottage’ stems from a shared fascination between the Architect and Client with early colonial workers cottages, and an...

Completed in 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Images by Stephen Goodenough. The idea of the ‘Urban Cottage’ stems from a shared fascination between the Architect and Client with early colonial workers cottages, and an...

London wedding & Prague pre-weddings photographer - Irene and the swans - pre wedding Prague Charles Bridge: One of our favorite couples from this year (2016) Irene & Sky Lo. They are currently living in New Zealand and as they are huge fans of Europe and especially its architecture, they decided that Prague was their pre-wedding destination.&nbsp,  Their session started in the very early hours, but one of my favorite images, was this very simple, beautifully captured portrait of the lovely…

London wedding & Prague pre-weddings photographer - Irene and the swans - pre wedding Prague Charles Bridge: One of our favorite couples from this year (2016) Irene & Sky Lo. They are currently living in New Zealand and as they are huge fans of Europe and especially its architecture, they decided that Prague was their pre-wedding destination.&nbsp, Their session started in the very early hours, but one of my favorite images, was this very simple, beautifully captured portrait of the lovely…

Early New Zealand Photographers: Henry Winkelmann born 26 September 1860 Bradford, Yorkshire, England died 5 July 1931 Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand The scow "Herald" The "Herald" was a wooden vessel of 73 tons register, built at Auckland in 1892, and owned by Mr. A. W. Bryant, coal, lime, cement, and shingle merchant.

Early New Zealand Photographers: Henry Winkelmann born 26 September 1860 Bradford, Yorkshire, England died 5 July 1931 Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand The scow "Herald" The "Herald" was a wooden vessel of 73 tons register, built at Auckland in 1892, and owned by Mr. A. W. Bryant, coal, lime, cement, and shingle merchant.

10x7 matted to 14x11 Dawn on the New Zealand Alps Photograph. Dawn over the New Zealand Alps. This photo was taken from, I believe, the west end of Lake Matheson, on the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand. We spent the night at the campgrounds near one of the glaciers on the west coast, and got up super early to get this photo. It required an approximately 1 hour walk, as I remember, to get to the west end of the lake, in order to get there in time to witness this spectacular...

10x7 matted to 14x11 Dawn on the New Zealand Alps Photograph. Dawn over the New Zealand Alps. This photo was taken from, I believe, the west end of Lake Matheson, on the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand. We spent the night at the campgrounds near one of the glaciers on the west coast, and got up super early to get this photo. It required an approximately 1 hour walk, as I remember, to get to the west end of the lake, in order to get there in time to witness this spectacular...

Frederic Truby King, the medical superintendent at Seacliff Lunatic Asylum near Dunedin, New Zealand, often photographed his patients for their files. Some patients were obviously well aware of how they were regarded by those outside the hospital. This 44-year-old married woman told King, 'I suppose you want a photograph of a madwoman. I'd better stick some straw in my hair and make faces.'  (early 1900s)

Frederic Truby King, the medical superintendent at Seacliff Lunatic Asylum near Dunedin, New Zealand, often photographed his patients for their files. Some patients were obviously well aware of how they were regarded by those outside the hospital. This 44-year-old married woman told King, 'I suppose you want a photograph of a madwoman. I'd better stick some straw in my hair and make faces.' (early 1900s)

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