It seems there's been a prediction circulating on the religious fringe that Wednesday 28 September was to be Christchurch's turn for a massive tsunami. As it happened, lots of spring sunshine, with quake-related demolition continuing at the pace we've grown used to.
Corner of Cashel & Durham Streets
Decabling in the demolition zone
Coming down, corner of Victoria and Peterborough Streets
End of the no cruising zone
Sticker poem, Bridge of Remembrance barrier
It may have been built on a swamp, but -
We will never take pity on our beautiful garden city!
Not too far from the demolition activity, a trout in the Avon River.
Some say that they're especially plentiful this year.