I thought I would do a Sunday job of rejigging the bookshelves in my bedroom. But I didn’t, just dusted them a bit and took photos of them.
Today’s bike ride took us down Fitzgerald Avenue by the river and into town. Stopped to check out how the Book Fridge was looking in lockdown.
On our bikes! A little scoot into town. Kia ora Tūranga.
Even in lockdown, there was wild preaching in Cathedral Square. A chap walked by talking about Jesus.
Miro. formerly Caffe Roma. Back in the day, used to nip over from work for a homemade hash brown and coffee. My landlord lived upstairs, so I once got to ride the classic lift upstairs.
Te Pae – the convention centre.
Victoria Square is always gorgeous in Autumn.
The Christchurch Town Hall.
The Work and School from Home setup.
Work in a box.
School in a box.
Table and foldout desk.
Wires and bits and bobs.
Signs o’ the times.
Signs o’ the times II
Abberley Park plaque.
House spotting II.
Sign o’ the times.
Edgeware Fresh Choice, closed for Easter.
Stencil on Edgeware Road.
Looking down Madras Street.
Monarch butterflies wintering in Abberley Park.
Clothing bins in Abberley Crescent.
Autumn colours – Gold.
Secret gate to a secret garden.
Still lots of empty sections, and quake houses.
House spotting. Some real beauties.
Tudors on Papanui Road.
BP at Edgeware.