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New Zealand, South Is., Ben Ohau Range, man herding sheep with dog : Stock Photo
The Ben Ohau Range is situated in the Canterbury region, south-east of Mount Cook, between Lake Pukaki and Lake Tekapo. It encompasses Ben Ohau Mountain, which is 1,522 metres above sea level.

New Zealand, South Is., Ben Ohau Range, man herding sheep with dog

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The Ben Ohau Range is situated in the Canterbury region, south-east of Mount Cook, between Lake Pukaki and Lake Tekapo. It encompasses Ben Ohau Mountain, which is 1,522 metres above sea level.
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EC2251-001
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Robert Frerck
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The Image Bank
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