Lake Pukaki

The Lake Pukaki Visitor Centre is located in the centre of the spectacular Mackenzie Basin at the Mount Cook Lookout on the Shores of Lake Pukaki. The Centre is on the main highway approximately half way between Queenstown and Christchurch. 

love the white mountains

and the blue lake

Mt Cook is somewhere..

the lake Pukaki visitor centre

Mt Cook and Mackenzie Country is the high inland basin beneath the Southern Alps and Aoraki Mt Cook, southwest of Christchurch. Mt Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain, towers above the splendid cast of massive snow-clad peaks of the Mt Cook National Park.

memories linger on..
such lovely sight to behold..



Comments

  1. The white mountain and the blue lake is just too beautiful for words! A lovely sight for you to keep in your memory forever.

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  2. such a wonderful series, Wenn!



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  3. magnificent!! i just love the third photo you took of Mount Cook, so beautiful, can print that out as postcard definitely, hahaha~~ :p

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  4. Mount Cook was on my geography textbook in school.. hmmm, if i didn't remember wrongly, it is the highest mountain in New Zealand??

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  5. Wenn, you smile gracefully most of the photos here...

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  6. I'm speechless seeing those beautiful photos

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  7. Whitey snowy mountains and the blue lake is a magnificent view... You're lucky to experienced it.

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  8. I keep viewing every photos...great to visit NZ right? NZ is one of my travel list.

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    1. the mount Cook photo with snowy top looks amazing!

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  10. Another beautiful lake you have visited!
    I love those rocks!

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  11. What a funny name! Sounds like Buka Kaki. Muahahahaha

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  12. The white mountains is very nice and unique because it looks so long!

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  13. I believe it was cold and windy with the big lake in between. You are so blessed and fortunate to visit so many exotic places.

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  14. The height of Mt Cook is 12,316ft and Mt Kinabalu is 13,435ft high BUT Mt Cook looks more impressive than Mt Kinabalu because of the lovely lake and its longer range of mountains.

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  15. Love the snow capped mountains in th background :)

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  16. How nice clear skies and cool weather

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  17. well i must say, it looks really refreshing there!
    i like the calmness of the lake that goes
    well with those mountains

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  18. even the sky was pretty clear and bright
    well it seems just the perfect day

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  19. I wonder how freezing it would be to
    be on one of those mountains haha
    our mountains here doesn't has that
    snow coating haha

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  20. that second to the last shot was perfect!
    just like a postcard!

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  21. have a great day and happy blogging wenn
    take the best of care and god bless you

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  22. What a magnificent view!

    I like the first photo :)

    p/s: I've got your mail, Wenn. Thanks for the coffee and sweet.

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