Slope Point is the southernmost point of South Island, New Zealand. Lying just east of the Waikawa and Haldane settlements, the land is primarily used for sheep farming. With no roads nearby, the area is only accessible by a 20-minute hike. The branches of these windswept trees point northerly in order to offer the least resistance to the relentless winds. Via Twisted Sifter
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Cat dad is watching the football game in the distance while pretending to pay attention to the kittens.