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The Dark Hedges, Ireland

Perhaps it is the changeable yet familiar weather this time of year, or maybe its all of the rain we've been getting lately here in Maine, but once again I find myself thinking about home... Irelan...
  • Stephen Brydzinski

    The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland amazing. Wow this looks like the most beautiful place

  • Katia Cortina

    The image above is of a unique stretch of the Bregagh Road near Armoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, that has been re-named locally as The Dark Hedges. As you can see, over the past 300 years or so the Beech trees guarding the lane have reached up and across to each other, becoming heavily intertwined to create a remarkable sight.

  • Janie Theriot

    The Dark Hedges, Ireland. #Travel #Ireland #Green #Trees

  • Ytulauratambien .

    The Dark Hedges, #Antrim, #NorthernIreland

  • Leslie Collinsworth Rumsey

    The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland amazing. New item for the bucket list!

  • BreadBaker27

    The "Dark Hedges", Stranocum, Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland. This incredibly beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted in the 18th century by the Stuart family. Like many impressive avenues it was planted as an entrance to their Georgian home, Gracehill House. Two (possibly 300) hundred years later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most impressive natural phenomena in Northern Ireland. Can't wait to see this!

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