“Deep in the woods of the West Pomerania region of Poland, an entire section of trees bends at sharp angles near their bases, forming an odd and intriguing phenomenon known as The Crooked Forest.
Why do the trees bend like this? Nobody knows.
There’s a theory that harsh weather conditions made them grew this way. Others have said that man-made development uprooted the trees.”
The Crooked Forest on Wikipedia.
The Crooked Forest on Google Maps.