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W. W. Stewart
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Rosita Manning

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Well here is this weeks WET.  As it is a long weekend I have compiled a few more graphics than would normally be needed.  I have tried to find graphics that are new to you all and also to cover a wide subject base.  The first four are taken from promotional material with the exception of the Papua New Guinea woman she is from a photograph I took myself in Papua New Guinea some years ago.  I was entranced by her face and especially the cigarette through her ear.  She was sitting on a street side selling Betel Nut.  I hope that I have included a broad enough selection so that there is something of interest to every one. 

The [2nd four] are paintings of old New Zealand Steam Trains, the artist is W W Stewart, a well known NZ Artist and Photographer who died in 1976.  I have to confess to being a Steam Train fanatic and just love all of  Mr Stewart's train paintings, during his lifetime he painted prolifically and gave away many of his paintings.

The [next 5] are scenes that I felt you may enjoy and be able to utilise with scripts etc they are from postcards.

The [next 5] are copies of some wonderful postcards by a very talented photographer.  Rosita Manning

The last graphic has particular importance.  It is a record of the very first sunrise this millennium taken from the east coast of NZ.