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Aoraki/Mount Cook
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Aoraki/Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain,3,754 metres (12,316 ft), forms part of the Southern Alps which run the length of the South Island. Before December 1991 it was 33ft higher when approx 10 million cubic metres of rock and ice fell off the northern peak Aoraki means "Cloud Piercer" in Maori. . . .Taken with Canon 450D. Thank you for viewing. Your comments are always welcome and valued.

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::tigger3
10/31/10 1:04 PM GMT
Lyn, This could be in a magazine, what a well captured image this is. In my faves as I type. Tigs♥ =^..^=

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::casechaser
10/31/10 1:24 PM GMT
Lyn, your work is wonderful and this picture is so beautiful. I especially like those snow covered mountain peeks.

I would have been tempted to name this shot "atanga" simply because of the beauty and majestry before my eyes.
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::gaeljet2
10/31/10 1:25 PM GMT
waouh
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::Ramad
10/31/10 2:09 PM GMT
Great view with the turquoise lake and the snow covered mountains Lyn. Aoraki looks beautiful!
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::luckyshot
10/31/10 2:30 PM GMT
Lyn - What a beautiful scene!!! The magnificent mountain range, lake and knock out sky are all part of this amazing view. Thad
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::Flmngseabass
10/31/10 2:46 PM GMT
Outstanding scene Lynn! Wonderful capture.Thanks for sharing this beauty!!
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::jeenie11
10/31/10 3:03 PM GMT
a real beauty. the majesty of the mountains is there for all of us to see. thanks.
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::Hottrockin
10/31/10 3:19 PM GMT
Postcard perfect pal!!
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Why do the pictures come out square when the lens is round??
.avedeloff
10/31/10 3:23 PM GMT
WOW..simply an outstanding view.
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::Dunstickin
10/31/10 3:48 PM GMT
Looks like it's cold!...beautiful scene Lyn!
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::Roseman_Stan
10/31/10 4:14 PM GMT
Absolutely stunningly beautiful work from the photo to the presentation of it.
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::0930_23
10/31/10 4:30 PM GMT
I see it has been nominated for the perms. It will undoubtedly reside there before long. A great one LE.

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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
.elektronist
10/31/10 7:41 PM GMT
Fantastic photo, Lyn! Perfectly taken. I liked amazing turquoise colors of the mountains and lake. Two lentil shaped clouds over the Aoraki's peak seems like it tries to give us some messages.

Tanju
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::SEFA
10/31/10 8:08 PM GMT
Tanju said it so well Lyn, and I agree. Wonderful!
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::Inkeri
10/31/10 8:42 PM GMT
Fabulous scene,Eve..Top Notch photo.
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::Silvanus
11/01/10 12:20 AM GMT
Just beautiful, LynEve. The ice blue color of the sky and water is perfect with the snow-capped mountains. Great shot!

— Steve
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.scorpie
11/01/10 11:29 AM GMT
So nice.
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Why not go out on a limb, that is where the fruit is.... Frank Scully
.Tedi
11/01/10 5:58 PM GMT
Very beautiful, interesting and impressive scene. Nice picture.
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::slow_2gojoe
11/01/10 6:59 PM GMT
Extremely well composed capture with excellent coloring, wow, I like it.
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::Jimbobedsel
11/02/10 10:43 PM GMT
This one leaves me speechless.
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.icedancer
11/03/10 3:01 AM GMT
Wow, simply Breath taking Lyn
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.johindes
11/05/10 10:39 PM GMT
Just WOW!
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