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<<< Majestic peaks border Milford
Sound in Fiordland, South Island. Jutting inland from the Tasman
Sea, Milford Sound has accommodated seagoing vessels as large
as the Queen Elizabeth II.
A secluded tarn, or mountain lake, along the
Routeburn Track in the Fiordland region of Southern New Zealand.
<<< The still waters of Lake Matheson
reflect Mt. Cook and the other snow capped peaks of the Southern
The lighthouse at Cape Reinga at the northern-most
point of New Zealand. The Cape is the sacred "jumping off
place" where the native Maori people believe the souls of
the departed leap from the end of the world. >>>
<<< A sailing yacht anchored in
the tranquil waters of the Bay of Islands near Port Russell on
North Island. Once called the "Hellhole of the Pacific"
during its 19th century whaling days, Russell is now a popular
A traditional Maori ceremonial building
at the popular tourist attraction of Whakarewarewa near the town
of Rotorua on North Island. >>>
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by Paul Picus. Copyright © 1996-2009 Paul Picus
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