Mount Cook Peak

John Dalkin

Solihull, United Kingdom

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At 3764 metres, Mt Cook in New Zealand is the highest of the country’s 27 mountains over 3000 metres.
It is called Aoraki (or Aorangi, ao meaning land, rangi meaning sky or heavens) by the Maori.

New Zealand’s highest peak was named Mt Cook (after the British explorer Captain James Cook) by Captain Stokes of the survey ship HMS Acheron.

Camera: Canon EOS 20D

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