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Frozen Waters One: New Zealand

February, 2014 A glacier is a slowly moving river of ice. Its own weight causes the movement. In fact, to qualify as a glacier, the ice must be thick enough to sink and move on its own weight. Glaciers form where … Continue reading

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Falling Waters Fifteen: Bowen and Stirling, Milford Sound, New Zealand

January, 2014 On our way to Milford Sound on New Zealand’s southern island, we passed several glacier fed waterfalls.   Milford Sound, itself, is home to two more stunning waterfalls: Lady Bowen and Stirling. Lady Bowen Falls greets you just a … Continue reading

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