Last minute crowds are let in after queuing for a hour at the Botanic D'Lights exhibition at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens before closing time, and are delighted by the flowers that line the path...
Last minute crowds are let in after queuing for a hour at the Botanic D'Lights exhibition at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens before closing time, and are delighted by the rain tree that they find...
These colorful, plastic sheep bollards popped up in the city. They were popular with tourists who took selfies with them and tired locals who sat on them.
The Merry Monday Walkers outside the CCC on Hereford St looking at "Chapman's Homer" by Michael Parekowhai.
The Merry Monday Walkers out exploring the city. This was the pop up art gallery that was on the corner of Madras and St Asaph Street.
Photographer's note: People dressed up for an event in the centre city. Cathedral Square.
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.
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...
A commemorative seat, hidden in the Bexley Wetland. Inscription: "Bexley - the hidden jewel in the crown. In memory of the community of Bexley, their devotion to both river and wetlands, sadly lost in...
Cone with paper butterflies outside Consular Office of Japan, 12 Peterborough Street.
Decorated shipping containers beneath the cliff on the road to Sumner, Christchurch.
Ballerina mural on the back of Theatre Royal viewed from Cambridge Terrace.
Ballerina mural on the back of Theatre Royal viewed from Armagh Street.
Art installation entitled "300 Steps" at Mount Gay in South Canterbury by sculptor, Morgan Jones.
View from the ground of the Friendship Totem Pole being installed in its new location near the roundabout at the end of Memorial Avenue at Christchurch Airport. The Totem Pole was moved from Little...
View of the 'Knitting for the Front' (known as Knitting Girl) statue at Windsor House Home for the Elderly in Shirley. The statue is owned by the Canterbury Society of Arts on indefinite loan to...
Gina Papageorge, Christchurch Polytechnic student, painting a mural on the United Fisheries building, Durham Street.
Sculpture work for the grounds surrounding newly constructed buildings by Rosemary Johnson at the Christchurch Teachers College, Ilam.
Untitled sculpture and fountain at the airport of silver water features and floating clouds by Rosemary Johnson. The sculpture was commissioned for the opening of the airport in 1975.
Linwood High School sixth formers Marcelle Park and Grant Takle painting a mural at Woolston Park swimming pool.