Caltex wagon photographed at Karoro on West Coast, near Greymouth.
My brother on his Yamaha MX80 outside the Pigeon Bay School.
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.
Rangiora traction engine rally with three females who are dressed in 1920's period costume.
These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks Peninsula in 1948. They were mostly taken...
Papanui High School pupils waiting for the train from Rangiora. Photo taken by Dorothy Lott.
Making a Yogi Bear Snowman in the evening. Mon 22 1976, 7.00pm.
My greatgrandfather Fredrick Wilson, leader of the band. Stanmore Brass Band
Cave Rock Sumner. Joy at the beach in Sumner.
The pond in front of the Water Cypress, at the Botanical Gardens. Autumn 2016.
Photo of June with new shoes (in box). I have fine gloves on, that were common then to wear. (in Cathedral Square)
Shag Rock at Sumner Beach before the earthquakes. Highly commended: Places. 2017 Photo Hunt.
Pigeon Bay in the 1980s.
This is a photo of my grandmother Charlotte Rita Dalrymple born in 1905. She is approx 18 yearsrs old in this photo, dressed as a man, ready to ride her boyfriends motor bike. Sid Marsh (boyfriend)...
The Abominable Snow Woman.
The Sign of the Bellbird, approx 1915. My Greatgrandparents Fredrick Wilson and Bridget Charlotte and their daughter Mary Frances (my Grandmother). They ran the tearooms and Fredrick also helped Harry...
Swans at the Groynes.
This photograph is of my Uncle, Aunty and cousins on a summer picnic outing around 1954. I'm not sure of the exact location, but love the image and looks to have been taken in the Banks Peninsula area...
A family adventure in the Port Hills along Gorge Track and Dry Bush Track starting at Huntsbury Reserve. Here is our 6 yr old at the top point still bursting with energy.
Sunset behind the Port Hills framed by a palm tree.
Alexander Suttie and stonemasons at Tai Tapu Church. The photo was taken of my great grandfather Alexander Suttie while helping to build the Tai Tapu Church. He was a stonemason and also helped to...
Men's Toiletries Department at Hays (Farmers). Introduction of Old Spice.
My father standing between two friends, outside the Sign of the Kiwi which opened in 1917. They are wearing their suits, white shirts and ties and carrying their ropes.
I went for a walk up Worsleys Rd to see how things looked now after the Wildfires earlier this year. I took this shot of Sugarloaf hidden in the clouds.