Taranaki Golden Grass Landscape Photography Artwork

$353.00

Taranaki Golden Grass

New Zealand Landscape Photography Artwork by Stephen Milner

In the spring of 2021, I spent the day hiking the Pouakai Range in New Plymouth with the hope of photographing Mount Taranaki surrounded by golden grass with my Mamiya 6MF medium format film camera. I have to be honest and say that this hike was one of the hardest I have done. The Pouakai Range Mangorei Track is a three house climb up many steps, steps that felt endless, and once I made it to the top my legs were shaking. Whilst climbing, I kept thinking if my hike will be a waste of time because of the wind and cloud coverage. The Pouakai Range is 1400 metes high and is exposed to the weather. But, it was a hike worth doing because as the sun set, the cloud disappeared and the wind dropped. It was my first time visiting the Pouakai Range tarns, I remember feeling lucky to experience this incredible moment and it is one I will never forget. 

Mount Taranaki is the second-tallest volcano in New Zealand, is an active 2,518m stratovolcano on the North Island, and is in the Egmont National Park. It is one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world. It is made of layers from lava flows and pyroclastic deposits. Mount Taranaki is the result of the Pacific Plate below the Australian Plate. Eruptions began 130,000 years ago. Large lava and pyroclastic eruptions occur on average every 500 years, with small eruptions every 90 years. Its last major eruption was around 1655, and there was a medium-sized eruption in 1755. The most recent eruption was minor and occurred around 1854.

Maori legends speak of Taranaki (previously known as Pukeonaki) as standing closer to other North Island volcanos called Ruapehu, Tongariro and Pihanga in Tongariro Nation Park. Pukeonaki was married to Ruapehu. Whilst Pukeonaki was away hunting, Ruapehu was wooed by the masculine Tongariro. When Pukeonaki returned, he and Tongariro fought over Ruapehu but, Tongariro was the strongest and defeated Pukeonaki. Pukeonaki fled west to the west coast, carved the Whanganui River on the way, and found new love with the Pouākai range.

Buy your Taranaki Golden Grass New Zealand landscape photography artwork and add this warm volcanic scene to your wall space.

Stephen's New Zealand landscape photography artwork will elevate your wall space.

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          For processing time, please allow at least 2 - 4 weeks for your framed artwork purchases. The estimated shipping time for framed artwork in New Zealand is 1 - 3 weeks, and for the USA and Canada, it is estimated to be 1 - 4 weeks.

          “Stephen Milner is rapidly rising among the ranks as one of New Zealand’s premier landscape photographers. Because of his stunning landscape photography prints and a tremendous internet following, he has become an inspiration to other photographers aspiring to become the best they can be“. Richard Massey (USA).

          Why you should buy my landscape photography artwork?

          a scene for every mood

          If you are passionate about home decor artwork, then you have come to the best place. Many people have an empty wall space waiting for the perfect art piece; something they just can’t quite identify but they’ll know it when they see it. Stephen’s fine art landscape photography artwork will inspire, excite, uplift and calm you wherever you choose to display his work.

          How my landscape photography artwork is made

          A peice of artwork made with love

          Stephen creates unique landscape photography fine art artwork of recognisable locations. His fine art landscape photography artwork add atmosphere to the spaces they are displayed. His ready to hang artwork is exquisitely handcrafted using the best archival grade materials, tools and techniques by a dedicated team of professional artist that pride themselves on quality and sustainability. He uses professional high-quality photography equipment and medium format cameras. The archival materials and methods ensure your artwork lasts a lifetime with the appropriate care.

          About my fine art landscape photography artwork

          Professionally printed on fine art paper and framed to achieve a high-quality archival standard

          Produced to the highest quality and sustainable practices.

          Limited edition fine art print

          Limited to 100 prints (a certificate of authenticity can be provided upon request)

          Options for mounting and framing

          Arrives at your doorstep ready for you to hang on your wall

          Your Artwork will be sent by courier five days after receiving your order.

          Your framed print will be carefullyprepared for shipping

          Choose acrylic face mount for bathrooms

          Free ground shipping in USA and Canada.

          Alternative sizes are available on request

          Note - All photos shown here are optimsed for web performance and may apear with banding. The colours you see are dependant on the colour settings of your screen. All artwork is printed using high quality files with accurate colour profiles.

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