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  • Vikki Maldonado

    The Dark Hedges, Antrim, Ireland- how is this even seriously a place? It looks like a fairy tale.

  • pauline bolanio

    Tree tunnel in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

  • The Cowboy Trail

    These fine beech trees older than 300 years, grow near the village of Armoy (Armoy) in County Antrim (Antrim) Northern Ireland. Because of the closely interwoven branches of beech wood locals called the tunnel "Dark fences" (Dark Hedges). This is a popular place for Irish photographers who come here to take pictures in different seasons and different times of the day. Photos of beeches, shot in the sunlight, the mist or in twilight, are the mysterious atmosphere of the enchanted forest.

  • Tera Holland

    The Dark Hedges -- dusky // Illustration for a #fairytale. There be beasties. The #DarkHedges Antrim, #Ireland

  • Angela Woods Agency

    Up until 15 years ago, only locals knew about this spectacular road. The Dark Hedges in County Antrim, Ireland is a beautifully eerie avenue of beech trees that were planted back in the 1750s. The Stuart family's intent was to create a striking landscape to impress its visitors as they approached the entrance to their mansion, the Gracehill House. Now, the Dark Hedges has become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland. Photo; Powel Klorecki Words: Alice Voo

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