The headwaters of many of the rivers and streams that drain mountain catchments often have boulder beds – the general rule is that the closer to the headwaters you are, the larger the boulders are. This boulder-bed stream is the Iris Burn in Fiordland.
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Photograph by Carl Walrond
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