Franz Josef Glacier
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全景摄影师 Stuart Searle EXPERT 日期和时间 20:06, 19/01/2010 - Views loading...


Franz Josef Glacier

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The Franz Josef and Fox glaciers are unusual in that they terminate at such a low altitude (300m above sea level) and are surrounded by rainforest. The Franz Josef glacier has retreated on average over the last 70 years, although at times it has advanced at a rate of 70cm per day. It is believed to have extended to the sea around 15,000 years ago.

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A: Below Fanz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

摄影师Martin Broomfield, 距离此处60远

The Franz Josef Glacier, Ka Roimata o Hinehukatere in Māori, is a 12 km long and is located in Westla...

Below Fanz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

B: Franz Josef from terminal moraine

摄影师Asset Imaging Photography, 距离此处80远

On top of the terminal Moraine Standing on this pile of loose rock left behind by the glacier gives a...

Franz Josef from terminal moraine

C: Approaching Franz Joseph Glacier

摄影师John Wood, 距离此处110远

Approaching Franz Joseph Glacier

D: Franzjosef2

摄影师Asset Imaging Photography, 距离此处140远


E: Franz Josef Glacia

摄影师Seungsang Yoo(유승상), 距离此处210远

The Franz Josef (Ka Roimata o Hinehukatere in Māori)] is a 12 km long glacier located in Westland Nat...

Franz Josef Glacia

F: On the trail to Franz Josef Glacier

摄影师John Wood, 距离此全景1.2

The Franz Josef Glacier lies on the South Island of New Zealand. The trail is busy on a warm summer d...

On the trail to Franz Josef Glacier

G: Franzjosef1

摄影师Asset Imaging Photography, 距离此全景1.2


H: Fanz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

摄影师Martin Broomfield, 距离此全景1.2

The Franz Josef Glacier, Ka Roimata o Hinehukatere in Māori, is a 12 km long and is located in Westla...

Fanz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

I: Franz Josef

摄影师Seungsang Yoo(유승상), 距离此全景1.2

Franz Josef

J: Franzjosef Lookout

摄影师ben-knill, 距离此全景1.9

Franzjosef Lookout

此全景拍摄于New Zealand, Polynesia


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