Slices of life in lockdown

Pedestrians and cyclists enjoy the calm at St Clair Esplanade yesterday while maintaining...
Pedestrians and cyclists enjoy the calm at St Clair Esplanade yesterday while maintaining distance between their bubbles.
Catching some sunlight alongside their drying washing yesterday are Dunedin students Ashton...
Catching some sunlight alongside their drying washing yesterday are Dunedin students Ashton Towers (left) and Ben Vincent. PHOTOS: GERARD O'BRIEN
Cars back along Wharf St for the second day of the Te Kaika pop-up drive-through vaccination...
Cars back along Wharf St for the second day of the Te Kaika pop-up drive-through vaccination clinic yesterday morning.
Out for their daily exercise at St Kilda Beach yesterday are (from left) Lily (9), Shaun, Malakai...
Out for their daily exercise at St Kilda Beach yesterday are (from left) Lily (9), Shaun, Malakai (7) and May Bovey with dog Abby.

Pedestrians and cyclists enjoy the calm at St Clair Esplanade yesterday while maintaining distance between their bubbles.

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