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Peak of Aitutaki
Polynesia

This is the highest peak of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands.  Here you can see the island is mostly surrounded by a lagoon and reef.   There are some antennas at the highest point and a little shack for the power system.  If you look toward the ground to the east you will see a concrete slab with the names of a local club.  Also visible is part of the airport runway, and the location of the Aitutaki resort just south of the airport.  Beautiful place!

Copyright: Frank Taylor
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Taken: 13/08/2010
Geüpload: 15/09/2010
Geüpdatet: 30/06/2014
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Tags: aitutaki; cookislands; peak; lagoon; pacific; sea; coconut trees; grass; monument; antenna
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