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Scoop Images: Spring Waters Of Lake Ohau

More images of the environs of the most photogenic mountain village in the world taken by Norman Mackay .

“A couple of shots, this time of the lake itself. We have had some really lovely weather down this part of the country in the past couple of weeks. The day time temperature reaching in the vicinity of 13 C. As you can see the lake water is beautifully clean, and to my eye there appears to be plenty of it.” – Norman Mackay



1. Lake Ohau Shoreline - taken on the afternoon of the 1st of September and features one of the many large rocks that decorate the shoreline of the lake.


2.Plenty Of Good Water - taken on the 4th September and indeed does show the clarity of the water we have here at Lake Ohau. It was taken from the shoreline looking NW towards the sun on a very pleasant afternoon when I was out walking/swimming the dogs.



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