An abandoned shopping trolley on an empty George Street before the COVID-19 Pandemic lockdown.
A beautiful Easter Saturday at the beach, normally there would be dozens of people enjoying a warm autumn holiday. The government directed people to stay home and not visit baches and public spaces. Hence this almost deserted beach in a warm day in the Easter weekend.
No teddies, but some great post-it note pixel art. Taken during the COVID-19 pandemic on a _Huawei GR5_ mobile device. License plates hidden to protect privacy.
Langley Reserve closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This seal is sunbathing at Foxton Beach marina during the Covid-19 lock down. All the boat owners have gone, there are few people about and the animals are reclaiming the land.
Neighbours having a drink together at Shortt Street, Foxton Beach. They are keeping a good social distance to ensure that if any are carrying the virus, it will not be transmitted.
A view of Ruahine Street, looking towards St Peter's Anglican Church, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A video showing the streets of central Palmerston North during the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor of Palmerston North, Grant Smith, providing an update to residents regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foxton New World erect a gazebo to shelter waiting customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A view from the corner of Ruahine Street and Edwards Place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A resident of Terrace End adorned their home with Christmas lights during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Taken during the COVID-19 pandemic on a Huawei GR5 mobile device. Address hidden to protect privacy.
An unusual sight, no traffic along Makino Road, Feilding. Taken during alert level 4, where the only vehicle travel permitted was to access or provide essential services. The photographer was able to walk several kilometers beyond this point along the middle of the road, encountering only one car.
Prepared for lockdown. Stockpiling library books
Papaioea Park closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo taken on an _Huawei GR5_ mobile device.
Palmerston North City Council staff at the Conference and Function Centre receiving training to work in the contact centre.The COVID-19 pandemic saw many Palmerston North City Council employees re-deployed to new roles.
A sign on a Palmerston North City Library bookbin notifying the return bin and city libraries are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due dates were extended and overdue fees waived during this period.
Sign notifying of the closure of St. Albans Presbyterian Church during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Hokowhitu Domain playground closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.