A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
You have taught me something - I didn't know they had snow on Tasmania.
Yes, I learned something, too! What breathtaking captures, Gerald! Thanks for visiting and for your comment, always appreciated!Have a great day!Sylvia
Spectacular scenery, especially when viewed from your plane.A moving, living glacier is such an exciting nature thing. I stood on a glacier in Norway and was in awe. Thanks for this one.
The words Tasman and Tasmania befuddle some people! Great photos.
Glorious photos! Spectacular! :D
I'm curious if they are receding like the polar caps of the northern hemisphere.Beautiful, now.
Gerald...what an adventurous life you lead! We must meet up....Jon & I, You & Christine for a cuppa!
Amazing gorgeous scenery and a perfect pick for the letter T.
wow-- gorgeous photos
Beautiful photos! Glaciers are fascinating, and it's especially interesting to see this land from the sky.
Lovely! Looks like you were in a small plane; I'm not sure I would be brave enough to fly over the mountains in one. This must have been quite a thrill.
Soon the ski season, hurrah !
Ah, that's beautiful!! I would love to see it!
Spectacular and beautiful photos!
Doesn't nature just stop you in your tracks? Beautiful photo. New Zealand seems to have such different and varied topography to anything I have ever seen. Thanks for giving me a glimpse.
Incredibly fascinating. The smaller glaciers I've seen exhibit a blue color but this is clearly white. Beautiful.
I go with Runee, I didn't know there was snow in Tasmania either! Loved your photos!Kisses from Nydia.
Nice photos of Aotearoa!
Wow, especially the first one, very impressive.
Great, spectacular views. That must have been an adventure.