Young dancer from Revathi Performing Arts.
Pranavi performing Ananda Narthana Ganapati.
Anaya performed a beautiful Bollywood dance for our Diwali celebration.
Members played the Chenda drum, a traditional instrument from Kerala, India for a Diwali Celebration at Tūranga.
Lorde (Ella Yelich-O'Connor) performs to a packed crowd at Horncastle Arena during the Christchurch leg of her first New Zealand tour.
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.
A toddler 'helps' this muscovy shelduck to 'cross the road' at Travis Wetland Nature Heritage Park.
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.
The Merry Monday Walkers dancing to "Happy" by Pharell Williams on the dance mat, Gloucester Street.
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...
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.
Frank B Clausen outside shop – Frank Clausen outside his shop (c1906) in Main North Rd (on the east side just along from Papanui Rd)
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.
The Merry Monday Walkers outside the CCC on Hereford St looking at "Chapman's Homer" by Michael Parekowhai.
This photo was taken at the Christchurch Airport NAC Engineering Department. My father is bottom row second from right (facing photo). It celebrated the first installation of a Boeing 737 engine. From...
Horses and wagons. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett when on a bicycle trip with friends From Christchurch over Arthurs Pass to Greymouth. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett dated 1907
Among the Ranges. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett when on a bicycle trip with friends From. Christchurch over Arthurs Pass to Greymouth.
Frederick Charles Brockett - bicycle trip with friends from Christchurch over Arthur's Pass to Greymouth. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett dated 1907.
Head of the Waimakariri River from Bealey. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett when on a bicycle trip with friends from Christchurch over Arthur's Pass to Greymouth.