[The description below was prepared with the readers of the Waterwheel 2014 online conference Proceedings, in mind. Anyone interested in the post-production/creative processes involved in this collaboration can contact Geoff on TILNZ(at)me.com]
The area known as Wellington is called Te Upōko ō te Ika a Maui (The Head of Maui's fish) in te reo rangatira, the second official language of Aotearoa New Zealand, It has a promontory, Baring Heads, at the South-West entrance to Wellington Harbour.
This series of photographs taken by Dave McArthur over several years, 'riffs' on his view of that headland, graphically documenting the ever-changing forms of water Wellington is surrounded by and subject to. This 'animated' version of his still images, is compiled for his section in the session (Putawai: Lifting the Creek) at 3WDS14 Symposium and Water-wheel website (see links in album description for further information).
The connection between a small fresh-water creek and the drama of water's myriad forms: sea, surf, fog and clouds is not necessarily made in a linear sense. Open ears and an open heart, may help clear the mist.