Mount Cook

We were at Mount Cook around this time last year and it was rainy with grey skies and drizzle. There wasn’t much to see at all.

Today it was sunny and a perfect day to head up past Lake Pukaki to the village of Mount Cook. We did a bit of walking to a point where we could see the Tasman Glacier and I spent a lot of time taking photos of this splendid location. What a perfect day!


Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

One thought on “Mount Cook”

  1. just beautiful. sad about C’church though, will the old be repaired as in Napier do you
    think?. Safe at F’town. RKB @ cricket today. see you soon

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