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    • Elizabeth Reyes

      Bridges park - Ireland, how is this possible? So pretty, it must not be real.

    • Leslie Sharp

      Bridges Park-Ireland...I have to go here one day! Not a bridge, not in Ireland, not pink. Photoshopped image of a park in Kyoto, Japan. LMS

    • Lisa Lessmann

      The Moss Garden of Saihō-ji, Kyoto, Japan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saih%C5%8D-ji_(Kyoto) (If you see a version of this image where everything green is pink and it's said to be a place called Bridges Park in Ireland, know that it's A) Photoshopped, and B) mislabeled.)

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