Aoraki, Mt Cook
Marie and I went for a day trip around the block today, we stopped in Fairlie , Tekapo and Twizel. This is lookout at Lake Pukaki,when we arrived an Asian American Family from Michigan were having their photo taken, they can't have been too happy as they asked me if I could take some of them. They had a Nikon so I shot some portraits with his big lens and then put my good lens on his camera and shot some nice portraits for them. When they looked at the review they were very pleased, I also gave the gentleman a quick lesson on using his camera to help them get some good holiday shots.
Aoraki, Mt Cook is the Highest Mountain in New Zealand, once the training ground of Sir Edmund Hillary it still attracts Climbers from all over the world, some tragically just like two overseas climbers this week lose their life on this unforgiving beautiful Mountain.Legend.
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