Action of a kite surfer jumping over a wave during the Ray White New Brighton Duke Festival of Surfing at New Brighton beach.
View along New Brighton beach of people on the sand and kite surfing in the waves during the Ray White New Brighton Duke Festival of Surfing.
FEASTA, the street party event of FESTA public festival of architecture, design and food. This exhibit gathered audio clips of food memories and is along Tuam Street opposite the Justice Precinct.
Photographer's note: Child throwing colours at the Holi Festival, Hagley Park, Christchurch Central City.
Photographer's note: Child chasing a balloon at the Holi Festival, Hagley Park, Christchurch Central City.
North Beach Primary School pupils celebrating St George's Day in Cathedral Square.
External view of ChristChurch Cathedral with floral decorations for the Flowers and Romance Festival. A banner advertising the festival is visible across the entrance. There are several groups of...
View across Cathedral Square towards the Post Office Building and the Chalice sculpture. In the foreground there are floral decorations for the Flowers and Romance Festival. Various food trucks are...
Banner across Cashel Street, by Ballantynes, advertising the World Buskers Festival. A stand is set up below the banner to promote the festival. Several people are visible walking along the street.
Taken at the Akaroa French festival 2019.
From the re-enactment of the French arrival in Akaroa. Akaroa French festival 2019.
Behind the fences - Reinstating Christ Church Cathedral Tour. Saturday 19 October. Part of Beca Christchurch Heritage Festival.
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati
Anaya performed a beautiful Bollywood dance for our Diwali celebration.
A pair of buskers amazed the crowds at the FEStival of Transitional Architecture with their performances of fire.
Visitors reflect upon the road cones that became a part of Christchurch life after the earthquake. The cones are part of the Antigravity CityUps installation at the FEStival of Transitional...
A couple admires the Terrace from across the Avon during the Lantern Festival.
Young and old alike are delighted by the Orbis CityUps installation during the FEStival of Transitional Architecture. Orbis was created by a team from the University of Auckland.
I noticed that this camera man who was filming the live performance at the Diwali Festival was clearly enjoying the experience.
I happened to spot some friends who then decided to do some impromptu acrobatics on the sheep sculptures during the FEStival of Transitional Architecture.
Even after official Diwali events have concluded and crowds have mostly subsided, the festivities continue for some still at Cathedral Square, cheered on by a man with a drum and his friends.
A child stops and wonders what the people in masks are protesting about during the Diwali Festival, held at Cathedral Square for the first time.