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Image 1 of 30: The Haydon family: dad Shane, 21-month-old Edward, William, 5, Samuel, 3, and mum Sarah wait in the crowd at Syemour Square Blenheim. Photo / Kurt Bayer
Amidst this year’s new releases, 2021 is shaping up to be the year of the daily watch,
watches that seamlessly combine Swiss artistry with day-to-day functionality. These
go-to watches are chameleons on the wrist and are easy to wear from day to night.
For all the high-tech gear available to big-city fire departments, investigators still see value in old-school tools. These drawings were made by a French firefighter and professional sketch artist, Laurent Clerjeau, as the cathedral burned, and in the days afterward. They show how the flames spread, and record what firefighters did to try to contain them.