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St Peter's Anglican Church, Christchurch, New Zealand

St Peter's Anglican Church, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Free Member, Auckland

St Peter's Anglican Church, Christchurch, New Zealand

Typical of our English pioneering heritage. February 2006. Resting place of my G G G Grandparents Thomas Seth and Rosannah LODGE and Sibylla Emily MAUDE 1862 - 1935 (Nurse Maude) who founded district nursing in New Zealand, later to become the Nurse Maude Association.

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  • Andrej Nagode 04/01/2007 10:22

    Great capture!
  • Jamie Hollett 07/23/2006 11:22

    Nice crisp clear & colourfull image Sandra. Good to see so much of your family history there in Christchurch. Love the old pics on your family tree website too. Bet it's kept you busy finding all those people. Well done
  • Alfredo Moncada 04/28/2006 15:46

    good picture!!!
  • Sarndra 04/24/2006 3:07

    thanks Jaime :-) Churches make such good subjects don't they!

    Actually today is a bit cooler and pouring here in Christchurch, however for the previous few days we have been having temps of 25-27C's been beautiful...more like summer!
  • Jaime Crystal Attenborough 04/24/2006 1:33

    beautiful photo with a great composition and colours
    well done sandra.
    is it getting cold there?
    regards Jaime :)
  • Robert L. Roux 03/26/2006 1:28

    the markers keep memories alive
    and the happiness/sadness will never be forgotten...
    greetings from the north - r

  • Peta Lisle 02/12/2006 0:30

    Love the tones and the composition, great clarity of texture aslo. P
  • Dennis Maloney 02/11/2006 19:22

    Great composition and commentary...very good colour and sharpness...thanks for sharing it, den
  • Sergio Pessolano 02/11/2006 14:15

    Excellent composition improved by the location of the stone in the left foreground. Perfect exposure and sharpness.
  • Rob Brydon 02/11/2006 3:22

    Yes it is typical of our heritage in this neck...I bet there are some tales to be told in those resting souls. Good contrasts in sky and church..Cheers..Rob