The many moods of Lake Wanaka

Many moods of Lake Wanaka Sunrise on Lake Wanaka from the mouth of Bullock Creek near the town center and dinosaur park children’s playground

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka A summer “chop” on Lake Wanaka from the prevailing nor west winds in summer. The edge of Ruby Island to the right

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka June 2017 – Black Peak in the back ground of this Lake Wanaka photo, showing the lake front edge where many of the shops and cafes are, and Ruby Island

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka Ruby Island on Lake Wanaka – sunset after glow

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka Kayakers on Lake Wanaka just after a storm clearance –  July 2017. Looking across from the site of the famous Lake Wanaka tree towards fog obscuring the marina on Lakeside Drive

 


Many moods of Lake WanakaLake Wanaka from the Rippon Vineyard. Rudy Island beyond the rows of grapes

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka A stormy view of Lake Wanaka – a scene seen often in the spring time when equinox gales from the nor west abound

 


Many moods of Lake Wanaka Black Peak – the dominant mountain seen from Lake Wanaka, which is often mistaken by visitors for Mt Aspiring

 


Many moods of Lake WanakaLake Wanaka from Beacon Point – during a dry spell and low lake levels in the autumn of 2017

 


Many moods of Lake WanakaEarly winter 2017 from Bremner Bay – Lake Wanaka the lowest ever for many decades

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