Mist hovers over Lake Rotoiti, in Nelson Lakes National Park. In summer the lake’s surface can have a thin layer of warmer water, up to 20ºC, but deeper down the temperature hovers around 7ºC, winter and summer. Rotoiti means ‘little lake’.
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Photograph by Malcolm McKinnon
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