When I was in Christchurch, I was able to visit a bunch of old motels which are waiting to be repaired after the earthquake. In the meantime, each room is filled with utilities awaiting to be used again.
Walking through some of these rooms, was like being at Puzzling World in Wanaka.
Balls would roll around the uneven floor.
In the two pictures below, I photographed these from the straightest angle possible - the skewed perspective shows how much less than a minute of shaking warped these rooms.
Spaces are left unused and fungi fills in the cracks.
The liquefaction has made its own swamp.