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  • Lonna

    Beautiful English countryside. Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon, England This just draws you in, wow lovely!

  • Mary Kay Wilson

    England's Garden Gates

  • diana galvez

    Widecombe in the Moor, England - lovely, serene place to go for a refreshing walk and enjoy nature.

  • Robin Wells

    View of Widecombe Church. Widecombe in the Moor, England, uncredited

  • Nancy

    Lush green, rambling,roses, wooden gate, mature trees, dirt path, ah, old England

  • Beverly Kennedy

    Old roses growing on a rustic gate on a country road......

  • Nancy Cooper

    The gate that led to the backside of the farm that I loved to explore.......

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My husband and I want to do this over our long driveway. Of course it would take a while and most likely our next generations would be the ones to enjoy it not us. But still would be worth it.