Raglan Range Beyond the Tarn

April 20, 2021

Raglan Range Beyond the Tarn

Raglan Range Beyond the Tarn, St Arnaud, Nelson Lakes, New Zealand

Original acrylic painting on cedar framed board by Michelle Bellamy
1000 x 600mm Completed 2021
Follow the St Arnaud ridge along until you come across a group of tarns nestled in a sheltered basin above Rough Creek. Here there are are expansive views to the east towards the Raglan Range. The Raglan Range forms a barrier of high mountains between the Branch River and the Wairau Valley.

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