Pick of the pics

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has a long-developed skill at communicating with voters....
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has a long-developed skill at communicating with voters. He shares a laugh with student and Radio One reporter Naomii Seah at the university.
I had a bit of luck with the water flow diverting around Kaikorai Primary School principal Simon...
I had a bit of luck with the water flow diverting around Kaikorai Primary School principal Simon Clarke's face. This allowed his reaction to show as he got a dunking of cold water in the name of fundraising during the Kaikorai Primary School street...
 Alhambra Union centre Rutu 
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Alhambra Union centre Rutu Bishop lifts Harbour centre Sala Halaleva in a not- exactly-textbook tackle during a premier club rugby match between in August.
This year’s long election campaign provided plenty of opportunities for news photography. Here,...
This year’s long election campaign provided plenty of opportunities for news photography. Here, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is seen surrounded by supporters while visiting the University of Otago.
Donna Henderson, of Christchurch, seems startled as she is lifted off her board by the wave's...
Donna Henderson, of Christchurch, seems startled as she is lifted off her board by the wave's force in the women's longboard final at the national championships at St Clair Beach last summer.

Otago Daily Times photographer Peter McIntosh shares his favourite photos of the 2020.

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