THE TWISTED TREES OF SLOPE POINT

The southernmost point of New Zealand, Slope Point's trees are bombarded by Antarctic winds that travel across the Southern Ocean unobstructed for two thousand miles.  The resulting incredibly windy microclimate, only a few miles from rainforests, twist the trees in the area in a northerly direction, creating some of the most strange natural artwork in the world.

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