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Hiked up and shot some photos of Luma for the ridge. Will post later. Man it was sketch hiking back down in the snowice. Managed to get the gondola back down which was nice. Still got so much learning to do on the photo front. This is abit noisy on the big screen. Loving it though #luma #queenstown #newzealand
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So today was pretty special. I could tell u about it now but lets just catch up for a beer when I get home. Itll be better that way haha. Tomorrow were leaving Queenstown and heading up Ohau en route to Mt Cook. Peace
Queenstown may seem a world away, but in reality - it’s easy, and fast, to get to.
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