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Scoop Images: The View From Ohau’s Ski Slopes

Images from Ohau ski-field, nearby the most photogenic mountain village in the world, taken by Norman Mackay .



View From The Ski Field Chalet - what must be one of the most scenic views from any ski field in NZ. On days such as these you can see for miles, and the blueness of the lake and sky makes for a wonderful vista. Taken on the morning of the 13th July.


Frozen Stream - an image that gives you an idea of how cold it can get at altitude. The top of the stream is generally covered over with ice, and the water flows beneath the ice sheet covering it. Taken on the morning of the 13th July at the Ohau ski field. The ski field is open with lots of good snow.


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