Family at Willow Bank
The view of the Port hills fires on Wednesday 15th February 2017. Pioneer recreation and sport centre is behind me and Centennial park is in the foreground.
The leaves are fresh after the storm. The clear blue sky brings out the color in green. I feel the breath of life and power. I can’t see it, but I can feel it. This makes me think about what I can do...
Lovely warm and nice weather, cheerful-colored flowers stand out in the middle of Victoria Square. They took my exhaustion away. Pink, yellow, orange and green, they paint the city. Now all I can...
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati
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...
This photo was taken near c1 cafe. It shows why Christchurch is known as the 'Garden City'
Cherry Blossom along Brougham Street
Parklands versus another team on a frosty morning at Englefield Park
old style back to 1960s.
3 photos of Akaroa village, Akaroa harbour, Water front, Dolphin Statue.
3 photos of Lake Pearson
A snowy encounter with a relatively newly born lamb on the Port Hills, and its first experience with our land and as the little lamb gazes at the stunning view of Lyttelton.
Proud mother sheep inspects her lamb on the Port Hills during snow.
An encounter with spring lambs Port Hills.
Novotel. Christchurch airport.
Avon River, between Cashel and Hereford Street.
Riverside Market, Durham Street South.
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...
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
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...
My mother had 12 children including 4 sets of twins under the age of 8. Despite this she always used to take us to the Addington Races during Cup Week. Here are some of my siblings and I dressed to...
"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...
FBC Hookham - Frank Clausen 14yrs (1890) first day at work as an apprentice Harness Maker / Saddler with Harry Hookham outside his shop on the corner Papanui Rd, Harewood Rd and The North Rd.