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Lake Pukaki, New Zealand | by Snuffy
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Lake Pukaki, New Zealand

It is called a moraine-dammed lake because it was formed by receding glaciers blocking the valleys with the terminal moraine. The distinctive blue colour was created by glacial flour.

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Taken on October 18, 2007