Tim Wallis stands next to his MK XVI Spitfire and talks to spectators at the Wigram air show.
Sheep being herded down Worcester Street and followed by crowds of people on foot. Canterbury Museum can be seen at the end of Worcester Street, while Harley Chambers, Municipal Chambers and Rydges...
Christie and Megan Webber with Kim Whittington at the Ferret Society display at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show.
Three generations of the Edmonds family at the Thomas Edmonds Restaurant, in the Thomas Edmonds band rotunda on Cambridge Terrace. Pictured (from left) are Ray Edmonds, his granddaughter, Miriam...
Scenes of firefighters preparing to board the container ship, Spirit of Competition at Lyttelton Harbour.
Margaret Williams, a member of the 60s Up Club in a glider ahead of a flight over Christchurch with her instructor Colin Hindson.
Office and residence deisgned by Warren and Mahoney at 65 Cambridge Terrace.
My elegant friend, Terry, at the entrance to her upmarket op shop/boutique, 'Deja Vu' in Leinster House, Merivale.
A four Day Tivaevae workshop facilitated by the Enuamanu Vainetini from Tokoroa.
Gameplay action of Brad Mooar of Christchurch Old Boys, kicking during the game with University at Lancaster Park. Mooar's performance won him player of the day for the second time during the season.
Rob Lawrence, Animal Manager at Orana Wildlife Park, with orphaned Kaka chicks, Roro and Witi.
June Hunt (right) with Natalie taking a break during a walk at The Groynes.
Youth Group performing at the Church hall re-opening after hall fire, St Pauls Trinity Church, Madras & Cashel Streets.
I joined a walking group 29 October 1995 for a walk on the Great Peninsula. This decayed Totare tree was taken on a walk from the Hill Top on Banks Peninsula to Little River. There were great views...
This photo of Sir Peter Blake was taken during the parade through Christchurch which was held to celebrate New Zealand's win of the America's Cup.
When my friend Terry guided me through the magnificent blooms, welcoming me back to Christchurch after 30 years away.
Maesbury - 123 New Brighton Road. Built originally for John Frith Roberts in 1886.
Anita the Spider Monkey sitting on a branch at Orana Wildlife Park.
The Mayor of Christchurch, Vicki Buck, biting into the two-millionth bar to come off the production line at the Richfields chocolate plant in Addington. The managing director of the New Zealand Food...
Gray Rathglen with a copy of the 1995 telephone directory featuring his Christchurch city inspired abstract artwork on the cover. A framed copy of the artwork is on the wall behind.
Gameplay action of goal shooter Sonia Butler of Canterbury lining up to shoot a goal during the Caltex national netball championship match at Hagley Courts.
Gameplay action of goal shooter Sonia Butler of Sacred Hearts lining up to shoot during a netball match with St Nicholas at Hagley Courts.
Gameplay action of goal shooter Sonia Butler of Canterbury shooting the ball during the Caltex national netball championship match at Hagley Courts.