Newspaper caption: Heartily Welcomed: Colonel the Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes at Tai Tapu. Proof of the popularity in the Ellesmere electorate of Colonel the Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes, M.P., and appreciation of...
From left: Joanna Stilton, 3, Kate Cory, 4, Linda Mahar, 4, Joanne Haddock, 4, and Emma Pasco, 3, dancing to the music of 'Beyond a Joke'.
A band performs at the Spring's Here Festival in Hagley Park.
Botanical gardens overlooking the Avon river in Spring.
"Showing off the wonderful nature in Christchurch with this photo of a Bee on a Cherry Blossom tree." - Contributor's note
Newspaper caption: In the gardens of Otahuna, Tai Tapu, Canterbury. The residence of Lieut. Colonel R. Heaton Rhodes, M.P. It will be noticed that the Narcissi are here much in evidence, and are...
Black sheep and lambs in paddock on Woodend Beach farm.
Madeline (Maidie) Gimblett (left) at 15 years old and Dorothy Gimblett (right) at 13 years old. Both are standing near fruit trees in blossum with a bicycle.
Cherry Blossom along Brougham Street
Students on the grounds of the Christchurch Rudolf Steiner School practicing their maypole dance ahead of the school's open day.
View along the Avon River and Cambridge Terrace. To the left is the Methodist Central Mission with Arthur Young House behind.
Flower beds and blossom on trees in Victoria Square taken along Armagh Street looking towards the Armagh Street bridge across the Avon River.
Don Colemso and other members of the North West Kiwanis repaint the Bandsmen Memorial rotunda in the Botanic Gardens.
Even after the earthquakes, spring still came to Christchurch - along with the usual population explosion amongst the Paradise duck population! It was sort of reassuring, seeing normal seasonal...
October 2011 brought new spring greenery to the Avon Loop - and, of course, new flooding challenges to the Residential Red Zone.
Corner of Avonside Drive and Retreat Road, walking home from work: eight months after Feb 2011 earthquake, & shortly before finally leaving the Residential Red Zone (property I rented was condemned &...
Views of Lynley Neutze, a student at Cashmere High School with spring blossom trees on the banks of the Heathcote River.
Ducks and ducklings being photographed in Victoria Square.
"This is a water wheel in Christchurch" - Contributor's note. Taken from along Oxford Terrace of Mill Island near the Hereford Street bridge over the Avon River in the central city.
Daffodil woodland at Christchurch Botanic Gardens.