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Haketere IV

Posted by
~~~Ann~~~ (Nelson, New Zealand) on 18 October 2013 in Landscape & Rural.

A view from Mt Sunday (site of Edoras in the Lord of the Rings films) of kettlehole wetlands. The turf vegetation of kettlehole wetlands is a rare habitat type. Threatened turf-forming plants found here include pygmy clubrush (Isolepis basilaris) and dwarf woodrush (Luzula celata). These kettleholes also provide important habitat for birds, and area a significant stronghold for the threatened Australasian crested grebe/kāmana, and New Zealand scaup/papango.

OLYMPUS E-M5 1/320 second F/9.0 ISO 200 17 mm

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Toscana from Baden, France

Plants try to grow in this extreme atmosphere.
Lovely !
Have a nice day, Catherine

18 Oct 2013 7:22am

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Une magnifique série sur ce splendide endroit. Belle journée.

18 Oct 2013 8:38am

Jules from Drayton, United Kingdom

I love the simplicity of how these glacial kettleholes form.

21 Oct 2013 11:35am

franz from Baden, Austria

stunning untouched landscape ... a place for dreams of far away lands to come true ...

22 Oct 2013 3:34pm

OLYMPUS E-M5
1/320 second
F/9.0
ISO 200
17 mm

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