ODT favourite photos: Christine O'Connor

Supermarkets made the news often this year. In May, a bad man hurt good people. This tragedy...
Supermarkets made the news often this year. In May, a bad man hurt good people. This tragedy stirred added appreciation for our supermarket workers.
A farmer-in-the-making enjoys getting the cows in on the Taieri.
A farmer-in-the-making enjoys getting the cows in on the Taieri.
Megan Whitehead, of Gore, etched her name in the history books as the holder of the solo women's...
Megan Whitehead, of Gore, etched her name in the history books as the holder of the solo women's shearing world record. Her father was literally behind her all the way.
The carrying of the cross in Mosgiel on Good Friday.
The carrying of the cross in Mosgiel on Good Friday.
Dialysis nurse Leighanne Everett shares a joke with patient Karen Williamson.
Dialysis nurse Leighanne Everett shares a joke with patient Karen Williamson.

Otago Daily Times photographer Christine O’Connor picks her favourite photographs of the year.

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