Posted on May 20, 2013
By Stranger In This Town
These beautiful purple wildflowers dotted the sprawling meadow at the basin of Hooker Valley, which offers one of the best day hikes in New Zealand. The towering Mt. Cook and its neighboring glaciers stands in the background.
Category: Monday Memento Tags: alpine flowers, alpine meadow, Hooker Valley, Mt. Cook, New Zealand, photography
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