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Opononi

by David Hernández-Palmar

Framed Art Print

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Choose from a variety of frame styles, colors and sizes to compliment your favorite Society6 gallery, or fine art print - made ready to hang. Fine-crafted from solid woods, premium shatterproof acrylic protects the face of the art print, while an acid free dust cover on the back provides a custom finish. All framed art prints include wall hanging hardware.

Opononi is a settlement on the south shore of the Hokianga harbour in Northland Region, Aotearoa - Long White Cloud (New Zealand) ancestral land of the Māori People. Omapere lies to the south and Whirinaki lies to the north east.
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Jacqueline Abt commented on January 24, 2012 5:25pm
Maybe I should visit New Zealand.. Beautifull Shot and Place David! Congrats
David Hernández-Palmar commented on January 30, 2012 7:24am
Thanks Jacqueline, Aotearoa (New Zealand) is a very nice place to visit!
Marko Köppe commented on February 11, 2012 5:12pm
wonderful shot!
Fluxbits commented on March 18, 2012 5:52pm
This is great!
Catspaws commented on September 10, 2012 1:30am
nice shot
David Hernández-Palmar commented on December 7, 2012 5:02pm
Thanks Chris! Thanks Marko, Thanks Catspaws! Opononi is a settlement on the south shore of the Hokianga harbour in Northland Region, Aotearoa - Long White Cloud (New Zealand) ancestral land of the Māori People.
John Medbury (LAZY J Studios) commented on December 16, 2012 2:16am
Beautiful capture David!
David Hernández-Palmar commented on May 25, 2013 4:40pm
Thanks John. Opononi is a settlement on the south shore of the Hokianga harbour in Northland Region, Aotearoa - Long White Cloud (New Zealand) ancestral land of the Māori People. Omapere lies to the south and Whirinaki lies to the north east.