Photo Blog: Sumner and Sign of the Kiwi

Continuing with the photos from Jeremy and my Mom’s visit in 2009, here are a few photos of the Sumner (on the Pacific Ocean) and Sign of the Kiwi (in the Port Hills).  It just shows how diverse the landscape around Christchurch really is!

Sumner Beach and the Pacific Ocean

Sumner Beach and the Pacific Ocean

Looking out at Sumner and the Port Hills from a cave in Cave Rock

Looking out at Sumner and the Port Hills from a cave in Cave Rock

Top of Cave Rock on Sumner Beach in Sumner

Top of Cave Rock on Sumner Beach in Sumner

Jeremy, Mom, and Noel looking out over the Avon Heathcote Estuary and the Brighton Spit from Redcliffs

Jeremy, Mom, and Noel looking out over the Avon Heathcote Estuary and the Brighton Spit from Redcliffs

Sign of the Kiwi on Dyers Pass between Governors Bay and Christchurch

Sign of the Kiwi on Dyers Pass between Governors Bay and Christchurch

Noel and Mom talking about something at the Sign of the Kiwi.  In the background, Sugarloaf

Noel and Mom talking about something at the Sign of the Kiwi. In the background, Sugarloaf

Looking over Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains from the Sign of the Kiwi

Looking over Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains from the Sign of the Kiwi

Jeremy looking out at Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains

Jeremy looking out at Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains

2 thoughts

    • That’s actually my most favourite too. I took that (we can tell by it being longer up-and-down than sideways), and it’s a good picture of my brother. I wish I’d taken a better camera to take a really good pic of the city, because most of the CBD is sadly gone now…

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