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Dark Hedges, Ireland.

(Dark Hedges, Ireland) Is this a real place? I so want to walk down this road.

Private Yacht as Tropical Island Paradise

Luxury Overboard: Private Yacht as Tropical Island Paradise.So you already have your own private tropical island and giant-sized personal luxury yacht …

Shady Trail Through a Green Tunnel in Ireland

This would be my dream wedding portrait location. I could walk around in this tree cave forever.

I so want this Clear Kayak!

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See Through Canoe. View the world under the surface of the water in stunning reality with this beautiful see through kayak (also comes in a canoe version)! It’s also made out of the same stuff bullet proof glass is manufactured from, so it’s safe!

Kilchurn Castle, Scotland

Kilchurn Castle, Scotland or It's been also said this is Cliff Castle Ruins, Germany

The Gulf of Alaska, where the two oceans meet but don't mix

Where Two Oceans Meet But Do Not Mix, Gulf of Alaska. Glacier Water (L) River Mountain Streams Transporting Iron To The Gulf Of Alaska ( R). The Colour Difference Is From The Amount Of Iron and How Much Deposits. They Do Eventually Mix

Tree Portal, Ireland

A door in a tree -- magic. bluepueblo: Tree Portal, Ireland photo via adventurer

This is a street in Savannah (not sure which one).  This is typical for the downtown area -- lots of overarching trees and hanging Spanish moss.

Savannah, Georgia

There's just something so Southern about driving down a dirt road or long driveway with the canopy of trees over head. I want a driveway like this one day. but no creepy Spanish moss.

Tower at Clonmacnoise, Ireland

Tower at Clonmacnoise - a monastic site overlooking the River Shannon in County Offaly, Ireland

KYLEMORE ABBEY, GALWAY IRELAND and it's still an active teaching school, it's gorgeous there....

Kylemore Abbey (Irish: Mainistir na Coille Móire) is a Benedictine nunnery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Republic of Ireland. The abbey was founded when Benedictine Nuns fled Belgium in World War I.