Onward Through the Fog
The pebbly path leads right into the dense fog encompassing the majestic summit of Mt. Cook, New Zealand.
Rocky Terrain of Mt. Cook
New Zealand's highest mountain, Mt. Cook, is 12,316 feet above sea level. The paths to the summit are rocky and winding, and the fog is so dense at times that you can't see your hands in front of your face!
Mountains of New Zeland
The seafoam green color cast to the waters of the lakes in the mountainous areas of New Zealand is due to glaciers in the headwaters grinding rock into a fine dust, known as rock flour, which is then suspended in the water.
Church of the Good Shepherd
Alone on the banks of Lake Tekapo in New Zealand stands this gorgeous stone church that continues to this day to hold interdenominational services since being built in 1935.
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