Living in the bubble: April 4

Bears (and a kiwi) in confinement in Alexandra. PHOTO: LIBBY STEVENS
Bears (and a kiwi) in confinement in Alexandra. PHOTO: LIBBY STEVENS
Samuel (5) and Stella (3) Wilson work on an "Epic Jurassic Park" at home in Halfway Bush, Dunedin...
Samuel (5) and Stella (3) Wilson work on an "Epic Jurassic Park" at home in Halfway Bush, Dunedin. PHOTO: ELLEN WILSON
Sunrise over Hereweka-Harbour Cone viewed from St Leonards on Tuesday morning. PHOTO: CRAIG CAMPBELL
Sunrise over Hereweka-Harbour Cone viewed from St Leonards on Tuesday morning. PHOTO: CRAIG CAMPBELL
Fergus (11), Niamh (12) and Greer (9) Clark, of Outram, go through the puzzle pages with Tommy...
Fergus (11), Niamh (12) and Greer (9) Clark, of Outram, go through the puzzle pages with Tommy the cat. PHOTO: AMY CLARK
A neighbourhood happy hour in central Dunedin. PHOTO: PHILIP TEMPLE
A neighbourhood happy hour in central Dunedin. PHOTO: PHILIP TEMPLE
Josh Hand shows Josh Shaw (13) how to change car brake pads in their street in Oamaru. PHOTO:...
Josh Hand shows Josh Shaw (13) how to change car brake pads in their street in Oamaru. PHOTO: DONNA SMAIL

Sick of your own company yet? Well how about sharing some of your daily lockdown activities with our Otago Daily Times readers.

We are urging our readers to send in photographs depicting what life is like inside your bubble.

We will run a selection each day and those published either in the newspaper or on odt.co.nz, will go in a draw to win prizes. 

To enter email your JPEG images to bubble@odt.co.nz including all names, ages of children, a telephone number (not for publication) and where the photograph was taken.

 

 

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