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Creek serenity: The Oakley Creek waterfall is part of a daily photography project which
runs from the shortest day to the longest.
Photo: KENNEDY WARNE
Clever reflections: Oakley Creek is being explored from a
new angle as part of a photography project carried out by
the former editor of New Zealand Geographic.
Photo: KENNEDY WARNE
Keen eye: Former New Zealand Geographic editor
Kennedy Warne has embarked on a photographic project
where he loads each day's images on to a blog.
Photo: JASON OXENHAM
By RHIANNON HORRELL
It may not be the
rainforests of Fiordland,
the kelp forests of Cape
Town or the mangrove
swamps of Bangladesh,
but there is something
special about Oakley
Creek that has caught
the eye of Kennedy
The creek's beauty has
inspired the former New
Zealand Geographic edi-
tor to embark on a
Mr Warne has been
capturing daily images of
the creek, from the
shortest day of the year
to the longest, which are
then posted on his blog.
I've come to love this
scruffy scrap of wilder-
ness, which at one time
was threatened by Auck-
land's motorway expan-
sion, and is soon to have
a road and rail bored
beneath it,'' the blog
Urban green space is
a declining commodity,
yet an essential one,
offering respite from city
clamour and a restora-
tive for the human
He says it's remark-
able the number of times
he's visited the creek
with writer's block, only
to leave with a new idea
or form of inspiration.
It helps to unblock
the mind. It puts you
into a Zenish state and
the wilderness helps you
come up with a solution.
It's not just a physical
act but also a mental res-
Mr Warne, 53, has
three books under his
belt which focus on New
Zealand parks and
nature, and he has trav-
elled the world exten-
sively to write about
He hopes the Oakley
Creek project will help
raise awareness of the
area and communicate
his understanding of the
I've always admired
that have a strong disci-
pline to them. It's a hook
to hang an idea on.
Sometimes I come down
and think, I've done it
all before'. But it's not
about achieving a great
photo. It's waiting to see
if something comes
Friends of Oakley
Wendy John says Mr
brings a different aspect
to the creek and the blog
provides a chance to
experience the area.
abides.co.nz to see the
blog. An exhibition, titled
The Creek Abides, is also
planned to take place at
Cosset Cafe, 1087 New
North Rd from November
16. The opening night
runs from 7pm onwards
and all are welcome.
AUCKLAND CITY HARBOUR NEWS, NOVEMBER 10, 2010
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