The road to Mitimiti: A journey in pictures

by The Listener / 16 March, 2013
A day seen through the lens of photographer David White as he travelled to the funeral of Ralph Hotere in rural Northland.
See more of David White's photos in the article Ralph Hotere: Coming Home Subscriber contentIcon definitionSubscriber content as Vincent O'Sullivan describes his friend’s final journey home.

Above: A view from the road leading to Mitimiti. Photo/David White


 

Above: On the road to Mitimiti. Photo/David White


 

Above: On the road to Mitimiti. Photo/David White


 

Above: House at Matihehite. Photo/David White


 

Above: At the funeral of Ralph Hotere. Photo/David White


 

Above: At the funeral of Ralph Hotere. Photo/David White


 

Above: The funeral service of Ralph Hotere at Matihehite Marae. Photo/David White


 

Above: The funeral service of Ralph Hotere at Matihehite Marae. Photo/David White


 

Above: The funeral procession leaves the church of Hato Hemi. Photo/David White


 

Above: The urupa at Matihehite. Photo/David White


 

Above: Mitimiti in the late afternoon. Photo/David White


 

See more of David White's photos in the article Ralph Hotere: Coming Home as Vincent O'Sullivan describes his friend’s final journey home.

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