People: Light Up Wanaka Street Festival

Tiffany Firth, Lisa Murphy, and Robin Brisker, all of Wanaka.
Tiffany Firth, Lisa Murphy, and Robin Brisker, all of Wanaka.
Genevieve Montreuil and Mikael Massicotte, both of Canada, and Glenn Sherson, of Wanaka.
Genevieve Montreuil and Mikael Massicotte, both of Canada, and Glenn Sherson, of Wanaka.
Mike Hanaford from Wanaka, Luke Hopkins from England, and Austin Stewart from the United States.
Mike Hanaford from Wanaka, Luke Hopkins from England, and Austin Stewart from the United States.
Mara Sturton of Scotland, Julieanne Davis of Wanaka, holding daughter Ellie (6 weeks), Rob...
Mara Sturton of Scotland, Julieanne Davis of Wanaka, holding daughter Ellie (6 weeks), Rob Sturton of Scotland, and Hugh (6), Sam (4) and Tim Davis, of Wanaka.
Archie Popperwell (3), Chris Popperwell, Molly Popperwell (3 months), and Sarah Willsher, all of...
Archie Popperwell (3), Chris Popperwell, Molly Popperwell (3 months), and Sarah Willsher, all of Wanaka.
Mandy Enoka, Carol Little and Ruth Thomson, all of Wanaka.
Mandy Enoka, Carol Little and Ruth Thomson, all of Wanaka.
Karen Marinkovic of Wanaka, and Alexei Sotskov of the United States.
Karen Marinkovic of Wanaka, and Alexei Sotskov of the United States.

Light Up Wanaka Street Festival, Wanaka Thursday, July 14, 2016.  PHOTOS BY: Mark Price.

Copies of photos can be purchased online at: otagoimages.co.nz

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