This view along a deep crevasse on the Linda Glacier in the Mt Cook region looks dramatic, but it narrows in the distance to a metre or less, where it can be crossed without difficulty. The horizontal layers of snow mark different degrees of compaction caused by sun and wind.
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Photograph by Christina Troup
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