The two boys with kites are my brother and me, and other family members are around as well. At the time we lived at the Harewood Transit Camp. Dad used to make the kites from very light fine paper and...
Brother & Sister at New Brighton Pier.
Connor Cogle standing in front of the Welcome Home: LOVE mural by Richard 'Pops' Baker. Painted in 2016. 136 Stanley Street. Sydenham.
Young dancer from Revathi Performing Arts.
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati.
Anaya performed a beautiful Bollywood dance for our Diwali celebration.
A dog looks on jealously as those around him enjoy the street food on offer at New Brighton Mall, among the many who came to attend the fireworks display at New Brighton Pier later that evening on Guy...
Members played the Chenda drum, a traditional instrument from Kerala, India for a Diwali Celebration at Tūranga.
I happened to spot some friends who then decided to do some impromptu acrobatics on the sheep sculptures during the FEStival of Transitional Architecture.
Young and old alike are delighted by the Orbis CityUps installation during the FEStival of Transitional Architecture. Orbis was created by a team from the University of Auckland.
A pair of buskers amazed the crowds at the FEStival of Transitional Architecture with their performances of fire.
Visitors reflect upon the road cones that became a part of Christchurch life after the earthquake. The cones are part of the Antigravity CityUps installation at the FEStival of Transitional...
Lorde (Ella Yelich-O'Connor) performs to a packed crowd at Horncastle Arena during the Christchurch leg of her first New Zealand tour.
Climate strike protest in Cathedral Square, Christchurch. Friday 27 September 2019
A pair of very friendly horses approached the fence bordering the car park at Little River, hoping to get some attention from a family who happily obliged.
Sarah (left) and Heather on a weekend outing as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme in the central city. Taken at the #chchswing by Gap Filler and Fletcher Living on Manchester Street...
A toddler 'helps' this muscovy shelduck to 'cross the road' at Travis Wetland Nature Heritage Park.
A child stops and wonders what the people in masks are protesting about during the Diwali Festival, held at Cathedral Square for the first time.
Even after official Diwali events have concluded and crowds have mostly subsided, the festivities continue for some still at Cathedral Square, cheered on by a man with a drum and his friends.
Heather meeting a gorilla busker playing an accordion outside the entrance to the Botanic Gardens on Rolleston Avenue during a weekend outing with Sarah as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship...
A photo of my father as an apprentice boy aged about 13 years outside his place of business on the corner of Liverpool Street and Cashel Street. About 1923
Ray Burt (left) and Dennis O'Neil (right). Photographed in Cathedral Square. Looking East. Far left is the storage depot building for bsues. I think the prominent building in the background was called...
Photo shows my mother Phyllis Leslie waterskiing at Taylors Mistake. The photo was probably taken by her boyfriend, Irvine Arrow, from the boat "Himi"