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Image Nos. Hobbit-2A / 2B






Large images of Gandalf, Bilbo, and the 13 dwarves in the film "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey".

These large images were seen at the top of the Embassy Theatre, Wellington, on 27 November 2012, the day before the world premiere of the film "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey".

From left to right, the dwarves pictured above are:

In the top image on this page

Thorin (played by Richard Armitage)

Gloin (played by Peter Hambleton

Oin (played by John Callen)


In the bottom image on this page

Balin (played by Ken Stott)

Dwalin (played by Graham McTavish)

Bofur (played by James Nesbitt)

Bifur (played by William Kircher)

Kili (played by Aidan Turner)

Fili (played by Dean O'Gorman)

Dori (played by Mark Hadlow)

Nori (played by Jed Brophy)

Ori (played by Adam Brown)

Bombur (played by Stephen Hunter)

In the free online encyclopedia  "Wikipedia",  it mentions the following about the fantasy novel "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien:

"The Hobbit, or There and Back Again, better known by its abbreviated title The Hobbit, is a  fantasy novel  and children's book by  J. R. R. Tolkien. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim, being nominated for the  Carnegie Medal  and awarded a prize from the  New York Herald Tribune  for best juvenile fiction. The book remains popular and is recognized as a classic in children's literature."

Click  here  to see an image of a giant sculpture of Gandalf the wizard outside the door to Bilbo Baggin's home in Hobbiton (outside the Embassy Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand).

Click  here  to go back to "Other" page 2.

To obtain the best appreciation of the quality of the images on this site, they should be displayed at a relatively small size, because each image has been reduced in size to a maximum width of only 870 pixels, from the original width of at least 4900 pixels (or 6000 pixels from my full frame cameras). In addition, the images have been saved at a low quality setting.





Rob's  Photography  New  Zealand