Pukekura Park

Charlene vagabonding 10 Comments

This movie is the beginning of something I’ve been feeling a need to do, wanted to do for years. Made in the lush sanctuary that is Pukekura Park in New Plymouth, it is about watching the change of light on leaves, being absorbed by the forest and those tall, rushing trees, and the magnificence of a single unfurling frond.

Pukekura Park, being an oasis for many feathered species, is where I really listened to birdsong, its inhabitants raucous in their haven.

Resplendent in stillness, the sanctity of green space.

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  1. Seriously good, Charlene. I love the tree at 2:20 – and how does a spider’s web stand the force of rain?

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      No you wouldn’t get this quality of audio from the built in mic. I haven’t tried sticking a shotgun mic on this thing though. Will do it one of these days, then you can have a listen and see what you think.

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      Wouldn’t quite call it that, but thanks! And ah, these ferns are astounding

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