Trees on the Port Levy Saddle, Banks Peninsula

The Port Levy Saddle is a stunning spot on the road to Port Levy on the Banks Peninsula. The trees are so windswept some of them are very much on a lean. On one side of the saddle there was sunshine and blue sky and the other side was all misty and interesting, which meant I was running back and forth in the paddock snapping away quite happily.

  

And here is a shot looking down into the Bay. This is a stunning place with views everywhere you look. If you’ve not been for a drive there lately (or at all) then I encourage you to get out and take a look. It’s a very special spot.

2 Comments

  • Valerie
    6 years ago

    I really enjoy and appreciate the photos and details. Glad I discovered this blog the other day. Thankyou.

  • 6 years ago

    Thanks Valerie, I’m pleased you found me and enjoy the photos.

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