ANZAC Poppies on the Bridge of Remembrance

April 25 2020

ANZAC Poppies on the Bridge of Remembrance

April 25 2020

A close-up photo of the many poppies on the Bridge of Remembrance during Level 3 Lockdown 2020.

Creator: Emilie Rogers

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - West

Reference ID: CCL-DW-122151

Uploaded by: LinwoodLibrary

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