Location: Canterbury

Kaikoura, Canterbury Plains, Aoraki-Mt Cook National Park, Mackenzie Basin

  • Mt Potts (2184m) reflected in the calm waters of Lake Camp
  • A hoar frost captured at Lake Ruatanwiha, Canterbury
  • The fog begins to dissipate, revealing the hoar frost enveloping the Twizel area
  • A frozen Lake Lyell in the headwaters of the Rakaia River
  • Pre-sunrise glow on the Southern Alps at the headwaters of the Rakaia River, Canterbury
  • The rising sun strikes the impressive eastern face of Mt Sefton (3151m)
  • The glowing summit of Mt Sefton (3151m), captured approximately 30 minutes before sunrise
  • The Tasman River (left) and Hooker River (right) converge and flow towards Lake Pukaki
  • Hooker Lake and Aoraki-Mt Cook, taken on a winter's day just after sunset
  • The many braids of the Godley River, taken near its confluence with Lake Tekapo
  • Eroded spires of rock and silt project into the fog at the Clay Cliffs, Omarama
  • A nuclear sunrise over the Castle Hill Basin reflects in a tarn in the Craigieburn Range
  • The spine of the Southern Alps extending to the northern face of Mt Sefton (3,151m)
  • A lone kayaker on Lake Pukaki with Aoraki-Mt Cook looming large on the horizon
  • A storm coinciding with sunset made for a surreal scene across the Canterbury Plains
  • The intricate braids of the Godley River, which flows into Lake Tekapo
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