Ian Grant, Photographer –
Okarito Driftwood, New Zealand; 2010.
Type C print 16×20, “Okarito Driftwood, New Zealand” in pencil on mount under l.r. corner of print, signed “Ian Grant”, titled and dated on mount verso. This photograph comes with cotton museum rag mount to 20×24.
- Archival 16×20 photograph mounted to 20×24
- Edition out of 25
- This print has been carefully stored, never displayed, and is in perfect condition
- Ready to be shipped from our gallery
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Okarito Driftwood; New Zealand
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Okarito, New Zealand Information:
Okarito Lagoon is a coastal lagoon on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. It is located 130 kilometres south of Hokitika, and covers an area of about 12 km², making it the largest unmodified wetland in New Zealand. Several small rivers drain into the lagoon, and it is the outflow of Lake Mapourika. The lagoon is home of many species of wading birds, notably the extremely rare Kotuku (White Heron), which in New Zealand is extinct in all other areas. At the southern end of the lagoon is the small settlement of Okarito. Originally a gold mining township of over 1,500 people, it is now permanent home to only about 30 residents