Taken on the road up to Mount Cook, New Zealand, looking across Lake Pukaki. I have seen this lake several times and each time the colour was different, the glacial feed to the lake gives it a very distinctive blue colour (sometimes a very unreal colour), created by glacial flour, the extremely finely ground rock particles from the glaciers.
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Tags: New zealand
Landscape and travel
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