Treaty House, Waitangi  [June 8, 2010]
Shrek - New Zealand's, possibly the world's most famous sheep - strikes a pose for photographer Stephen Jaquiery. Shrek achieved nation-wide fame when he was discovered hiding in a cave high in the mountains of a South Island sheep station; after evading the shearer's clippers for six years he had grown so much wool he could barely see or move. His shearing was broadcast live on TV and set a New Zealand audience record. Here, with his fleece starting to grow back, Shrek embarks on a tour of Northland's most historic sites, including the humble building where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840.