Wood pigeon Kerurū wildlife







THE WOOD PIGEONS REST – Kererū says, relax before you stress


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THE WOOD PIGEON’S REST  – Relax, and do not stress
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Interested buyers, ask at this link for 1 of 25 limited edition acrylic enhanced corrugated reproductions. 

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“The Wood Pigeon” – Maori name Kereru

I hear you say

Whatever …

A simple delight

Your ways brighten my heart
Your colors light up my eyes
The pleasure of God’s wonder
Brings many a pleasant surprise


Learn to rest Wood pigeon Kerurū Wildlife
Relax after play
Peace of mind
Celebrate the day

Wood pigeon Kerurū wildlife


This image of Kererū is inspired by looking through a friend’s front window in Warkworth, New Zealand.

I was house-sitting at the time, morning sun streaming through the window and it left this delightful halo of light around his edges and off Kererū’s back. I knew immediately, with the right lens and metering I would get a powerful capture. He was so close and, like many others of the bird kingdom, I find a moment’s pleasure in knowing I could befriend him by building trust if I had more time.

Something happens inside of me and these days I sometimes find impatience to see peace and the wise management of our resources back on earth. Under the wise counsel of Godly favor and rule, we will win.

I know it’s coming, so I wait patiently for His fulfillment desires. He is trustworthy. Wood pigeon Kerurū wildlife

A Past-Time

My passion and love of nature I learned from my father in Western Australia and that brings back fond memories. Dad keenly fed wild magpies, Kookaburras, and parrots in the land of my nurture. I think my dad had ecologically sound thinking before his time. He loved wildlife and thought he was a butcher and farmer. He killed meat only out of necessity and never was one to exploit wildlife. I fondly recall a conversation between father and son on his farm. It goes like this. “I cleared part of the swamp to make a dam for irrigation purposes and also to serve as a wildlife sanctuary for the many species of wildlife living on the property”.

Both parents embedded my love of the bush, wildlife, and affection for animals. I find pleasure in knowing I never lost this love.

After meeting God, who in the beginning put it all together, has deepened this love and respect. My awe has grown immensely.

As The Passion Grows

God made all this possible and I recall him (God) teaching me how he put the fear of man into the animal kingdoms, and rightfully so. I know if they aren’t wired to trust, they could have been made extinct a long time ago. We have to earn their trust.

Our wayward and careless greed is blindly destructive.

You have to agree, that with no constraints, mankind would pillage what he has no respect for. In some nations, this has already happened. If no constraints were written into law to protect the wonder we have on this planet Kererū would suffer the same fate as other species.

Kererū’s exhortation to us is, don’t be so blind, be more considerate, and take wise counsel from the Father of all.

Do you think this story should be the topic in London or New York? I think it would be helpful. It makes sense for any of us who care so little about some of our lifestyle choices wrecking the ecological balance meant for good. We all need a prick of conscience.

The taste buds of our Maori and Pakeha families can be managed with some self-control.



25 LIMITED EDITIONS “ACRYLIC ENHANCED” Corrugated Reproductions * 
Please ask about frames, sizes, and prices.
Limited Edition reproductions supplied with Provenance, coded Authentication of Sale Certificate, and maintenance/care information.

Unframed sizes | 960 x short side – $1150  |  650 x short side – $925
Printed on long-life archival canvas and protected with two coats of UV archival protection spray.
* Stretch-mounted reproductions will incur added charges for mounting and freight.

Unframed sizes | 594 x short side – $145  |  420 x short side – $95
* Posters printed on fine art papers and treated with two coats of UV archival protection spray.

We offer 2 sizes up to 1500 x 820 (includes frond sculpture and solar lighting)
Printed on specially treated small corrugation roof metal and high-pressure water cut to shape. Treated with a UV varnish for long-life protection.
* The corrugated garden art was developed from some of the images in my book “The Joys of Matakana Coast and Country 1”.  Typed on an iPhone 5s and photographed with a Canon 5D Mark 1 and 7D.  Editing completed on a 27″ iMac in Photoshop CC.
* Add-ons include rusted Core10 frond support and solar lighting for outdoors.


Some images from “Corrugated Garden Art” are exhibited on Women’s Fashions and multiple product lines at Fine Art America

  • Includes insurance and package/handling fees.
  • The Original and Limited Edition reproductions ship with the Provenance coded Authentication of Sale Certificate and maintenance information.
  • Poster art prints ship in insured tubes.

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