After a not so subtle nudge from my other half ("Wtf?") I thought I'd better put some information about this picture up. It's part of the entrance gate to Aotea Square in Auckland.
As Wikipedia says "At the Queen Street entrance is an arch called 'Waharoa' (Gateway in Māori ), formed in wood and copper by Selwyn Muru, a Māori sculptor. This is an expressionist version of a traditional Māori entry gate. It features symbols like birds, fish and the crescent moon and stars but also elements like the nuclear disarmament symbol, reflecting the modern influences on New Zealand art."
So there you go!
Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.
93 mm (35mm equiv.)