Wacky, Windblown Trees Grow Sideways on New Zealand's Southernmost Point

The warped trees call Slope Point home, a remote spot on the southernmost part of New Zealand's South Island, where intense Antarctic winds relentlessly pummel the area after traveling 2,000 miles uninterrupted.
Published: 4:36 AM CDT July 22, 2019
Updated: 3:05 PM CDT July 17, 2019