The Nevis tree in New Zealand is another one of those trees that is becoming iconic. Not Easy to find - blink and you would miss it. We were lucky enough to get some pretty clouds but unlucky with the wind so the reflection is not as sharp as I would like - still you can't have everything right??
The small township of Glenorchy is approximately a 45km drive from Queenstown on New Zealand's south island. It's a picturesque drive with views of Wakatipu lake for most of the way. This jetty is just as famous with photographers as the willow trees that adorn the shallow waters edge of the lake. The first morning we arrived here it was cold, raining and blowing a gale so much so you could not take a photograph as the jetty was being buffeted by the wind so we had breakfast here and then decided to venture back a little later in the week.
A wider view of this stunning location