April Come She Will

A mixed offering of images and musings from the month of April. Autumnal feels. Read Post

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Image by Jackson Perry

"Doing A Pretty Good Job"

From 1941 to 1943 Harold Paton was photographer for the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force. "I mainly thought of my job as presenting to the people back home what the boys were doing, and they were doing a pretty good job." Read Post

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Image by Harold Paton

Aurora Australis

Guest post from Ian Griffin and Paul Le Comte, who managed to capture the St Patrick's Day Aurora Australis in all its glory. Read Post

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Image by Ian Griffin

'A Movement'

Ian Jorgensen's music photography Read Post

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Image by Ian Jorgensen

The greening of the red zone

Christchurch's condemned suburbs go back to nature Read Post

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