This image shows the steep wooded hills of Bulwer Bay in Marlborough Sound, which is an extensive network of sunken river valleys at the northeastern point of New Zealand's South Island. The calm bays are sparsely populated and difficult to access but are well-suited for marine farming. GeoEye-1 .50-meter resolution collected 16 June 2009. GeoEye
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