Caltex wagon photographed at Karoro on West Coast, near Greymouth.
Looking over Akaroa Harbour. My mum, not long arrived in New Zealand and her little dog.
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.
Cave Rock Sumner. Joy at the beach in Sumner.
The bridge over the Bealey River. William (Bill ) Penman (worked on the bridge construction as a blacksmith), Robina Penman (nee Archibold), Winifred Penman (nee Waterman), baby: Chalice Penman.
Shag Rock at Sumner Beach before the earthquakes. Highly commended: Places. 2017 Photo Hunt.
Pigeon Bay in the 1980s.
Keelung in Lyttelton.
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.
Lyttelton Fire Station, 57 London Street, Lyttelton. This building was replaced in 2015. To the left is the Lyttelton Service Station.
50 London Street, Lyttelton. Grubb cottage on the right.
Jim and Betty Radcliffe's home at 56 London Street, Lyttelton.
Men's Toiletries Department at Hays (Farmers). Introduction of Old Spice.
Port Hills fire taken from South New Brighton estuary.
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.
Wildfire on the Port Hills spread from two locations and came to meet in the middle.
Papanui Railway Station.
Louise Lockie after a trip to town. Riverside by Cashel Street (now mall) and Bridge of Remembrance.
In the Cathedral Square on a summer day with friend Rachel. Both having a day off as Nurse Aides at Sunnyside Hospital.