Long tables filled with attendees at the New Zealand Foundation for the Blind Christmas party at the Horticultural Hall.
Two Fernwood Hostel for the Blind residents in the Scented Garden Abberley Park. The Garden was created by Christchurch City Council for the blind residents of the nearby Fernwood Hostel.
Views of games and gadgets for the visually impaired.
Pam Crothel, A social worker with the District Office of Social Welfare, and also the first blind person to go to the University of Canterbury. Pam is pictured with her guide dog Ida.
Views of 2-year-old Maria Williams, who is visually impaired, with a ball that beeps.
Views of John Stratford, a blind marathon runner, supported by his Air New Zealand Running Club member Ross Fraser (right) heading into Christchurch in the final stages of his Greymouth to...
Portraits and scenes of Stan Williams former member of the New Zealand Swimming Council who went blind later in life.
Portraits of John Stratford, a blind runner who is about to run 243km from Greymouth to Christchurch to promote Braille Week.
Scenes of Stan Williams playing bowls. Stan is a former member of the New Zealand Swimming Council who went blind later in life.
Terry Cutler, a speech teacher. Working at home with his wife, Alice; and in his workshop. He is blind.
Christmas Party organised by the Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind at the Horticultural Hall.
Sculptor Bon Suter, creator of the Marine Parade sculpture garden with one of her students who is completely deaf and blind. They are stood next to sculptures created by her student on Marine Parade...