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On the trail to Franz Josef Glacier
New Zealand
The Franz Josef Glacier lies on the South Island of New Zealand. The trail is busy on a warm summer day in February. Backpackers bring soap and shampoo to the waterfall and clean up after days of travel.
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Uploaded: 04/03/2014
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