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Milford Sound
New Zealand

This has to be one of the iconic landmark of New Zealand - Milford Sound with the towering Mitre Peak (1692m) shrouded in mist and the thundering Lady Bowen Falls tumbling down to the right. To the left near the shore beyond the undergrowth is where the renowned Milford Trek ends with a final boat trip - what a way to end a trek !

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Uploaded: 20/04/2011
Updated: 11/06/2014
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