Te Wahipounamu

March 13

Ice Age remnants of crystalline rock dot the coast north of Haast in southwestern New Zealand. The country’s Te Wahipounamu World Heritage area is a window on Gondwana—the supercontinent that fractured into today’s Southern Hemisphere landmasses.

See more pictures from the March 2014 feature story “Where the Greenstone Grows.”

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