Monday, July 6, 2009


The Prize:

ONE person will win a $15 coupon code.

The rules:

Go to my shop (

For ONE entry:
Leave a comment telling me "What is missing?" from my shop.

For a SECOND entry:
Tweet about this giveaway, and leave a comment.

For a THIRD entry:
Blog about and link to this giveaway, and leave a comment.

For a FOURTH and FIFTH entry:
Buy something from my shop and leave a comment for each item purchased.

PLEASE include an email address with each comment so I have a way to contact you if you win.

This giveaway ends on Monday 20th July, when I will (use to pick a winner.



  1. Is this a trick question? I looked around your shop and loved it. My favorite is View From The Sea Print. Well, I use to live in Auckland a few years ago for a year. I never made it to the South Island but traveled all around the North Island and made it to Wellington. Good luck and beautiful photography!

  2. This is not a trick question. Maybe "What would you like to see in my store?" is a better way of saying it.

  3. I would love to see some fine prints of still life in your shop....i love all the nature prints....but some still life would work well too!

  4. All of your photos are very beautiful, and the color is brilliant, but I would love to see more shots of trees and leaves. they are calming. Thank you!

  5. bookmark because I absolutely love the photograph.I would love to see the orginal photograph in a print.

    I also think sunset pictures would be pretty.

  6. More animals!!!!I've seen birds but not dogs, cats or horses... I love them. Your photos are so beautiful!!!!


    cal_rubies at yahoo dot es

  7. I love your shop! My favourites are the mountain pictures. Scenery in NZ is so stunning! I was there for 3 weeks in 2007 and I really didn't want to leave to come home again. Maybe more scenery shots then, as I think everyone who visits feels pretty much the same way about the country!

    Becky :-)

  8. Tweeted your giveaway too!

  9. I ve never been in new zeeland, so its great to see piece of island via your photographs. I would like to see some more abstract pics (structures like bubbles in the mud)in your shop. And maybe something very typical for your country what people can find only there. Thanks.


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