Opposition protest at New Brighton Beach, Christchurch, to deep sea oil drilling in New Zealand waters. Anadarko were completing exploratory drilling work and seismic surveying.
Making a Yogi Bear Snowman in the evening. Mon 22 1976, 7.00pm.
The walking group resting after their walk from Kaituna to the Packhorse Hut. The Packhorse is a stone hut built by Harry Ell situated on the saddle between Mt Bradley and the Remarkable Dykes.
Port Hills fire taken from South New Brighton estuary.
This shot was captured on the crater rim track on the Summit Road overlooking Governors Bay. In this image, you can see the Sugarloaf communications tower and Dyers Pass Road.
Looking east at sunrise; at the old Godley head gun emplacements.
Taken at Godley Head looking north towards Christchurch. The Godley Head Coastal track starts from Taylors Mistake beach which passes a row of historic beaches such as Boulder Bay.
Taken during the Port Hills fires of 2017, on Wednesday 15 February at about 4pm in Waipara Street, Cracroft. Westmorland suburb had been evacuated.
Swimmers at the shingle pit swimming hole Lake Bryndwr, Wairakei and Breens Roads
View of Lyttelton Harbour from Cass peak
Lada is walking her dog on Lyttelton hills.
Louis Armstrong concert at Theatre Royal
My wife Sharne mountain biking on the traverse trail between the top of the Rapaki Track and Bowenvale on a beautiful Christchurch spring day last week.
Selwyn (Sel) Lockie on a bike of mixed origin. Nice story: he sold this to buy the engagement ring for Gaynor Lennie. Fitzgerald Avenue, Christchurch
The photo was taken on the corner of High and Cashel Streets on my daughter's 10th birthday. I used to work in central Christchurch before the earthquake and must have walked in this precise spot...
Eel fishing Lake Ellesmere/Te Waihora. Selwyn (Sel) Lockie on left.
In the Cathedral Square on a summer day with friend Rachel. Both having a day off as Nurse Aides at Sunnyside Hospital.
Photo of June with new shoes (in box). I have fine gloves on, that were common then to wear. (in Cathedral Square)
Walking along the Harry Ell Track with a friend months after the Port Hill fires of February 2017. Burnt trees along with green grass encapsulates Christchurch growth out of adversity.
My brother on his Yamaha MX80 outside the Pigeon Bay School.
Wildfire on the Port Hills spread from two locations and came to meet in the middle.