Several possibilities for a long could present:
1) a bounce up off the LQ
2) if the LQ is crossed, the CD leg's P midpoint - a likely turning point - is pretty close to a sliding parallel that should also offer support for an upward bounce.
Depending on how EURNZD moves in the immediate future, a long trade with minimum RRR of 3-4 could be possible.
But I kind of discounted it because the early bars were so choppy. Now that you mention it, the bars from 'a' to B are much more impulsive-looking - on 4hr view they meet RA's criteria - and put D right at a sliding parallel. I think that makes sense given the deviation above the top of the fork. But then, your parallels are basically like using a wider fork, which also makes sense!