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CHCH Aerials

To say things have been a bit flat out, is quite an understatement. But so far, so good, as we are still all above water and going forward – Phew!

I had an interesting side journey yesterday – quite literally actually. I was photographer for the Canterbury A&P Show, and as part of duties for organsiers, I get to document this from the air for them. But with passengers on board paying to see the city views, we took off over the central city for a brief tour.

Seen from above, CHCH looks quite different, especially when compared from similar views over the last 5 years.The post quake landscape is forever changing, albeit slowly.

I thought the residential red zone though was perhaps the most interesting. Especially after my earlier posts, you can actually appreciate the scale a bit more here from above.

 

Christchurch from the air.

 

New Southern Motorway.

Christchurch from the air.

 

Can you spot the McKenzie & Willis facade on High St?!

Christchurch from the air.

Christchurch from the air.

Christchurch from the air.

 

Christchurch from the air.

 

The Residential Red Zone area, with Avonside Dr and Dallington Loop right in the centre of these photos, looking North East towards the coast.

Christchurch from the air.

Christchurch from the air.