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Photo Essay: NZI Sevens Themes 2011

Photo Essay: NZI Sevens Themes 2011

Photos for Scoop by George McLellan

Collection of photos of NZI Sevens goers taken in Wellington CBD.

For more, see: 2011 Sevens Costumes: Part II
Costumes On, Floats Ready – Sevens Parade Preshow Photos
Photo Essay: NZI Sevens Parade 2011


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In yellow a group of 10 Kiwis and 10 Aussies (Kiwiroos) have a few drinks to kick off the day.


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Gingerbread Men storming down Lambton Quay


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