I wanted to share some photos from one of the memorial areas set up in Christchurch. It is a fence at the border of the Christchurch Botanical Gardens, and the flowers and tributes go on for about 4 blocks. My husband Noel decided, on our way home from work, that we’d stop and see it on Wednesday. These are the photos we took, and I wanted to share the love, grief, and care shown with you all so those of you who can’t be here can see it. It was a beautiful autumn day, and the perfume of the flowers was stunning. Kia kaha and tēnā koutou katoa.
A Fuller View of the Tributes to the Victims of the Christchurch Terrorist Attacks
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