Two men and two women standing on rocks observing thermal activity in the Wairakei Valley in the Waikato region of the North Island. Three are equipped with walking sticks while one man carries an...
Views of Alan Jones with provisions for his pole sitting fundraiser.
Kirsty Gillespie standing on stilts outside Chisnall Intermediate.
Scenes of two men participating in a bowls match.
Views of Mr Robert Jack with his bicycle and umbrella he uses during his travel around the world, covering over 100,000 miles in 12 years.
Jo King, Farmers employee, takes her tea break in the Bowker Fountain in Victoria Square. She holds a cup of tea and an umbrella.
2006 was my first year in New Zealand, and consequently Christchurch - my current home. I was lucky enough to find the Arts Centre empty that sunny Sunday morning, maybe because it was 7.00 am. The...
Jessie Hicks of Linwood on flooded Aldwins Road.
Siblings, Jessica Hankinson and Thomas Hankinson with a snowman they built during a trip to the Port Hills.
Lost property auction at Canterbury University Student Union building (41 Hereford Street).
Frank Evans at the flooded Riccarton racecourse.
Two children with home decorated gum books and umbrellas walking in Cathedral Square outside ChristChurch Cathedral to mark the TV2 KidsFest gumboot and umbrella parade.
A person walking along a residential street in Bishopdale using an umbrella as a shade.
A woman holding an umbrella walks in the snow.
Tables with goods at the Spring Shabby Chic Market, 21 Connal Street.
The crowd at the final concert of the 1985 Summertimes programme at North Hagley Park.
Paul Freer uses an umbrella as a means of keeping the sun off him on his bulldozer while working on the new southern motorway.
When my friend Terry guided me through the magnificent blooms, welcoming me back to Christchurch after 30 years away.
MED lighting personnel Garry Flanagan and Councillor David Cox with prototype festive candle decorations in Victoria Square, as part of a Christchurch City Council programme to brighten the central...
Owen Faulkner with fairground rides at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Show at the Addington Showgrounds.
Attendees at the New Zealand Day garden party at Elizabeth House, Merivale.
Russell Searle in his flooded butchery, Edgeware.