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Tasman Lake
New Zealand

Taken from the scenic outlook a short, but steep, walk up on the debris field from the glacier above the lake.  There was fresh ice in the lake which broke off during the 22-Feb-2011 Christchurch Earthquake just two days before this photo was taken.

Copyright: Frank Taylor
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Resolution: 6324x3162
Uploaded: 29/07/2011
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: newzealand; tasman; lake; glacier; ice; mountains; scenic
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