Day 1 of the lockdown in Christchurch

Over the next few weeks, Star News photographer Geoff Sloan will be your eyes in the streets of Christchurch during the lockdown. He'll be out and about each day by himself to snap a few pics of our beautiful city so we don't forget what it looks like.

The McKinnel family, of Edgeware, get creative in their driveway. Photo: Geoff Sloan
The McKinnel family, of Edgeware, get creative in their driveway. Photo: Geoff Sloan

High St.  Photo: Geoff Sloan
High St. Photo: Geoff Sloan

Police on patrol in Lichfield St. Photo: Geoff Sloan
Police on patrol in Lichfield St. Photo: Geoff Sloan

South Hagley Park. Photo: Geoff Sloan
South Hagley Park. Photo: Geoff Sloan

Prestons Park playground. Photo: Geoff Sloan
Prestons Park playground. Photo: Geoff Sloan

 

Colombo St.  Photo: Geoff Sloan
Colombo St. Photo: Geoff Sloan

The Mairehau Food Market on Briggs Rd is still open. Photo: Geoff Sloan
The Mairehau Food Market on Briggs Rd is still open. Photo: Geoff Sloan

The Bargain Chemist at the Home Base in Shirley.  Photo: Geoff Sloan
The Bargain Chemist at the Home Base in Shirley. Photo: Geoff Sloan

BP Connect, Marshland.  Photo: Geoff Sloan
BP Connect, Marshland. Photo: Geoff Sloan

Pak 'n Save, Moorhouse Ave. Photo: Geoff Sloan
Pak 'n Save, Moorhouse Ave. Photo: Geoff Sloan

Pet Central Shirley in the Home Base. Photo: Geoff Sloan
Pet Central Shirley in the Home Base. Photo: Geoff Sloan

New World Prestons. Photo: Geoff Sloan
New World Prestons. Photo: Geoff Sloan

Colombo St.  Photo: Geoff Sloan
Colombo St. Photo: Geoff Sloan

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