|View of Mt. Cook from the SW side of Lake Pukaki. |
Face on the other side of the Lake is 'decorated' with terraces.
I need to learn more about their history.
|View to the front of the Mueller Glacier (covered in debris)|
and the sedimentary debris mantling the valley side. Water is
yellow grey-green because there is so much clay and silt in it.
|The lake in front of the Hooker Glacier. I particularly like |
the story that can be deciphered about the relative age of
events from the terraces and scree slopes across the valley.
Yes, that is another funky cloud in the upper left.
|One of three 'swing bridges' en route up the Hooker|
Now I am going through the process of getting keys, photo ID, building access, library access and computer access at Canterbury - but I still have computer access at home, so I have excuse but to read some articles that I have to read before I can write any more of the fan-delta paper. I have my mandatory earthquake safety training tomorrow.