Lake Rotoroa

Lake NZ 2

I think I am going to have lots of Pictures of Lakes  while in New Zealand

Lake Rotoroa lies within the borders of Nelson Lakes National Park in the South Island, New Zealand. The lake is fed by the D’Urville and Sabine rivers. The greatest depth is 145 metres and the lake is completely surrounded by beech forest. Wikipedia

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9 Responses to Lake Rotoroa

  1. feralc4t says:

    Lakes are good 🙂

  2. Great shot – I loved NZ!

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Nice photo. I really like the gunmetal tonalities. Really gives it a wet and heavy atmosphere.

    • mikew66 says:

      Thanks so much, It was actually raining very hard and very misty so may of added to the atmosphere a little

  4. Can’t wait to see more

  5. This is a beauty, Michael. Did you add the vignetting during processing?

  6. Nil says:

    I’m not sure if I like this one better or the previous one. They both have a deep magical feeling… 🙂

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