Lake Kohangapiripiri, Wellington, New Zealand 2008. Lake Kohangapiripiri translates in Maori as a nest clinging very strongly. It was formed after the valley became blocked from the nearby sea by earthquakes lifting the coastal area. It is unique in being one of New Zealand’s last relatively unspoiled wetlands.  Photina Twin Lens Reflex / Fuji Reala 120

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