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  • Olivia Blevins

    Is it bad that I'm homesick for somewhere I've never been? #northernireland

  • Soli Welling

    Tree tunnel Northern Ireland: The Dark Hedges is a beech alley planted in County Antrim in the eighteenth century. The ancient gnarly trees form a natural arched tunnel which is now one of the most famous local landmarks. It would be really cool if in the new Alice in wonderland they had used this as the rabbit hole

  • Kristina Spencer

    Ballynoe Stone Circle. Ballynoe, County Down, Northern Ireland. Love. Makes me feel like The Secret Garden.

  • monique verster

    Tree Tunnel - The old road that leads to a ancient stone circle, a beautiful magical place, Co.Down, Northern Ireland.

  • Koichiro Fujino

    The Old Road ~ Tree Tunnel - Ballynoe, County Down, Northern Ireland. © Cat-Art ~ Cat Shatwell. #緑 #Green #TreeTunnel

  • Tracy Mills

    Ballynoe Stone Circle in Co. Down, Northern Ireland - a beautiful magical place. Reminds me of Alice in wonderland

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