Day 28 of the lockdown in Christchurch

Here's how life in Christchurch looked through the lens on day 28 of the lockdown.
All photos are taken from a safe distance, and we comply with best safety practice during these trying times.
 
A tribute to the fallen on Palmers Rd, New Brighton.
A tribute to the fallen on Palmers Rd, New Brighton.
 
Out enjoying the sun on Bickerton St, Wainoni.
Out enjoying the sun on Bickerton St, Wainoni.
 
Getting some exercise on Beatty St, South New Brighton.
Getting some exercise on Beatty St, South New Brighton.
 
Walkers at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
Walkers at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
 
Stone sculptures at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
Stone sculptures at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
 
A wood sculpture at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
A wood sculpture at South Brighton Sculpture Park.
 
Out for a walk beside the Estuary in South New Brighton.
Out for a walk beside the Estuary in South New Brighton.
 
'King Ted' on Bridge St, South New Brighton.
'King Ted' on Bridge St, South New Brighton.
 
Teddies galore (and an ex-NZ cricket captain) on Marine Parade, New Brighton.
Teddies galore (and an ex-NZ cricket captain) on Marine Parade, New Brighton.

 

 

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