Brother & Sister at New Brighton Pier.
One morning, the police and firefighters made a smart move to have coffee giveaway for the locals. It is a good opportunity for both of us to talk and share information over a cup of coffee.
Calm water in the bay, the sound of wave and the smell of the fresh air allow me to stay peaceful mind. The sunrise is just breathtaking moment . This is worth for getting up early morning. The...
Lezim is a folk dance form, from the state of Maharashtra in India for which dancers carry a small musical instrument with jingling cymbals
Detail of Patricia Jane Karaitiana Lego creation at Tūranga on Hapori Floor.
Members played the Chenda drum, a traditional instrument from Kerala, India for a Diwali Celebration at Tūranga.
Young dancers eagerly awaiting their turn
Patricia Jane Karaitiana makes a lego vehicle at Tūranga on Hapori floor.
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati.
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati
This photo,from a family album, I believe depicts some participants in a "Costume Cricket Match" held in Hagley Park on 23 Oct 1877 to raise money for the Indian Famine. Those in the photo are dressed...
"Hilda Huston on the left with her mother Hannah. Her youngest child Ernest was was born 7 February 1909, so Hannah bore children between 1888 and 1909 over 13 years. This was common in those times...
This is Otto Gustav Rosenau and small Gordon Ogilvie. Christchurch author) Gordon is a small boy on the families orchard in Horotane valley. This photo depicts an encounter with someone who had...
"My grandmother Margaret Cooper shopping in the central city." - Contributor's note
"VE Day in Cathedral Square. My parents (on the right) travelled from Methven to Christchurch for the celebrations." - Contributor's note
"Mary Ann Arthur (nee Hastie) born 1864, who married Charles Arthur in NZ in 1885 died 1951. Her parents were Margaret and John Hastie who owned the Hurinui Hotel. Mary's daughter, Florence Templeton...
Otto Gustav Rosenau a Jewish refugee from Germany who worked with my Grandfather Max Ogilvie for a time on his orchard in Horotane valley and then went to enlist on the 26th December 1939
"Sitting room at 277 Riccarton Road. Mother, 3 older brothers sitting on small log boxes on either side of an open fire. Mother's friend and 2 children. My father at the train set. 1945/46." -...
"My grandmother Margaret Cooper shopping in the central city, beside the Cathedral. The United Services Hotel on the right." - Contributor's note
"My grandmother Margaret Cooper shopping in the central city, with children." - Contributor's note
"My grandad Arthur Fleetwood, 4th from the left, was in the Home Guard here in Christchurch." - Contributor's note
Riverside Market, Durham Street South.
Roundabout at Papanui. Snow 1945.