Definitely a Fata place idea Stephen Emerson, Ireland: This group of trees known locally as ‘the dark hedges’ are thought to be around 300 years old. They are reputedly haunted by a ‘Grey lady’ and form an arc over the road.
"Entwined - The Dark Hedges" ~ by Gary McParland, taken in Armoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The Dark Hedges is an avenue of 300 year old beech trees situated along Bregagh Road, 3 miles from the village of Stranocum. // I love this road.
The Dark Hedges, photography by Pawel Klarecki. Country lane in Northern Ireland - named locally as The Dark Hedges. These trees are 300 years old and form an arch like tunnel that run the length of the Bregagh road near Armoy in County Antrim.
Fog rises over the Château early on a brisk spring day. The dark iron of the gates contrast against the white transparency of the fog. The fields either side of the carriageway have been plowed for wildflowers to flourish in the summer. Our friend Tim Mead has joined the Château restoration family to capture these moments and help with the work.