Lake Pukaki: The Blue Jewel

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I’m sure you’re looking at the pictures of this blue lake thinking, “Man this girl must has gone crazy on her filter game…” Eeeh! Wrong! Lake Pukaki the bluest water I have ever seen in a lake. Guess what? The blue color is naturally occurring! Interestingly glacial erosion grinds the bedrock into small particles causing it to mix with melted glacial water creating rock flour that has a milky consistency and runs off into the nearest lakes.

What I love most about this lake, other than the fact that it is favorite color, is how the light bounces off the water. When I visited, the sky was clear and the sun’s rays seemed to glitter over the surface of the water reminding me of the way light would shine off of precious jewels.

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