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    • Christine Kelly

      Tree Portal, Glendalough, Ireland Wow! It looks like it is straight out of a fairy tale. Makes me think of Rapunzel.

    • Bethany Luttenegger

      Depiction of Arches and Portals !! - Part 2. -Tree Portal, Glendalough, Ireland. Looks Like Rapunzel's Tower!!!! :D

    • Christine Duarte

      Tree Portal, #Glendalough, #Ireland #Travel ::)

    • Sheila Martin

      Glendalough, Ireland - what an awesome photo through the arch of a tree! Such a beautiful place.....

    • John Axford

      Tree Portal, Glendalough, Ireland photo via fairytale A Tree fit for a castle a picture fit for my pintrest

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