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Taken at Monkey Creek, Fiordland National Park, on the South Island of New Zealand on April 3rd, 2015
What a lovely morning this was at Monkey Creek in New Zealand. With steam billowing off the steep walled mountains and no sounds except the brontosauri calling to each other, it felt like a moment from 100 million years ago. There was even a moment when a stegosaurus came down to the creek to drink. At least I think it was a stegosaurus, though I suppose it could’ve been a kea…
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