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Along the Main Range about 1100m the forests are draped in lichen, moss and enjoy a misty wet existence.
Mangahao River Head waters
Forest Sun Fire
On sunset, the forest is lit by the colours of the sun.
Maungahuka and Tararua Peaks - Tuiti and Tunui
Looking back at the terrain we have covered early morning in the Tararuas
Sunset Mt Taranaki
Taken from Kime Hut area - Hut Mound
I took a shot from here in 1982
Looking south to Tapuae-o-Uenuku
Looking from Kime Hut to the East Coast
Slice of ice slithered over the tarn as we passed at Kime Hut - Southern Crossing
The relative humidity in supersaturated air is greater then 100% and the formation of hoar frost is similar to the formation of dew with the difference that the temperature of the object on which the hoar frost forms is well below 0°C, whereas this is not the case with dew. Hoar frost crystals often form intitially on the tips of plants or other objects.
Block XVI always had an appealing name to me - not sure why? Love the forest here.
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