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The Dark Hedges | Best Place For Photography


The Dark Hedges – Located in Bregagh Road close Armoy, in Northern Ireland. It is a special extend of Beech Trees. In the past 300 years or something like that, the Beech trees securing either side of the path have extended up and crosswise over to one another, coming to be largely tangled to make an indigenous bended tunnel where shadow and light plays through tangled limbs. This exquisite road of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. It was aimed as an entrancing scene headline to energise guests as they went at the passageway to their home, Grace hill House. 

The Dark Hedges is the most shot expected phenomena in Northern Ireland and a notorious pull for voyagers from opposite the planet. It has been painted by many visiting creators and is a favourite area for wedding photos. The street is supposedly supernaturally inhabited by an otherworldly ‘Grey Lady’ who shows up at nightfall near the trees. She quietly coasts in the roadside and vanishes as she passes the final beech tree. 
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