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Lake Kaniere Outlet
New Zealand

This is taken just beside the outlet to the lake, going through a weir that regulates the level of the lake. I am not sure if there has been a hydro plant at some point but it does look like it.

part of a really beautiful drive around the lake.

Copyright: Asset imaging photography
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Uploaded: 11/11/2010
Updated: 16/08/2013
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Tags: lake; landscape. outlet; weir
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