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Ernslaw Burn

Ernslaw Burn, a funny name.  You’d think it was a location for a forest fire or something.  No, it is one of the most magnificent places I have ever visited.  It is in New Zealand and like a lot of places in New Zealand it is magic.  The burn is a bowl-shaped hollow high up in the mountains with glaciers and waterfalls falling inti buy the hundreds.  On one of my workshops to Ernslaw Burn we ferried participants up a high and long valley by helicopter.  Once there, we were free to explore and take it all in.  Words can’t describe it but hopefully some of these pictures will.  Maybe I’ll try another workshop in New Zealand in the next year or so now that the pandemic is subsiding.

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Kevin Raber, April 2022

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