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Scoop Images: Chilly, Yet Oh So Scenic, Ohau

More images from scenic photographer par excellence Norman Mackay of Ohau Village in the Southern Alps.

Taken from the road leading up to the Lake Ohau Ski Lodge, which also overlooks Lake Ohau about 7kms further up the road. Taken 31st May 2001.

The view from my front decking area on a crispy May 31st morning. It shows Lake Ohau in the centre with the mountain Glen Mary,which is part of the Neumann range at the end of the lake. On the left are the Ohau mountains, and on the right are the Ben Ohau mountain range which leads up to the Mt Cook area.

Taken on the May 14th the view facing north with views of the Ben Ohau range of mountains. It was taken at the edge of the Lake Ohau village

Looking up Lake Ohau on April 28th. It shows Glen Mary, the mountain at the head of the lake which is part of the Neumann Range of mountains.

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