Waiheke Island, Auckland plays host to the annual sculpture exhibition Sculpture on the Gulf. These photos from the most-recent exhibition are courtesy of travel writer, photographer and film-maker Scott Kennedy. To us, they seem to ask more questions than they answer, while doing an excellent job of showing off the natural beauty of the island and the creative inspiration of the artists.

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A still day on the bay

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Is it ice?

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What do you see?

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A tower to climb?

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Or does this raise the most questions?

This post is part of New Zealand week on Indie Travel Podcast.

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  • Waiheke Island is considered by many, including Aucklanders, to be the most magical part of the Auckland experience. Also the Island offers lots of accommodations for a comfortable and unforgettable travel. Editor's note: Please use human names when commenting on Indie Travel Podcast.

    on October 20, 2011 at 9:48 am Reply

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