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    Bridges park - Ireland.

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    • Michael Hurst

      Usually portrayed as "Bridges park, Ireland" - which does not actually exist. Actually a photo of the *green* moss garden at Saiho-ji temple, Kyoto that has been hue-shifted. See for original vs. altered. Even I fell for this one. Keeping this on my other board to remind myself not all photos are real.

    • Brent S

      There's a pink version of this photo going around as "Moss Bridges Ireland" or "Bridges Park, Ireland", but this is photo originally looks like this and is not from Ireland but from Saiho-ji Zen Garden in Kyoto Japan

    • Liz G

      Bridges park - Ireland, or Moss Bridge - Ireland, or more accurately, Kokedera Temple in Kyoto Japan.

    • Mandy Foley

      Moss Bridges, Ireland.. I already new i was going to move here. but the pink forest confirms my obliviously smart choice.

    • Kaitlyn Collins

      Bridges Park, Ireland. Wow is all I can say. It reminds me of a lush, pink forest stemming from my imagination:)

    • Rebekah Widmer

      Oh the luck of the have such beautiful places. Bridges Park, Ireland

    • Erica Peterson

      Also on my Travel Bucket List! Moss Bridge, Ireland- Beautiful place

    • Brittni Rachell

      Bridges park - Ireland. Pink forests do exist :) :)

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