Here is a sculpture on the walkway along Maitai River.
From Nelson Public Art and Sculpture Walks map: "High Flyers", created by Grant Palliser as a city millennium commission and erected in 2002, responds to the energy of the rapids in this stretch of the Maitai River. The five kinetic stainless steel poles reflect the tones of this environment and the aluminum 'boulders' echo the river stones, symbolizing opportunities, goals and achievements in the 'river of life'.
And that's /ˌÃ¦lyəˈmɪniəm/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[al-yuh-min-ee-uhm], not /əˈlumənəm/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[uh-loo-muh-nuhm] in Kiwi Land.
Here's a close up taken back in September, and have a look at Rita's Dallas sculpture. Meg used to scream whenever she detected copyrights violation, but today she's "amused at the creative serendipity". I think she's been trying to use this word in every other sentence since yesterday.