• Elizabeth Ramsey

    Beautiful Garden Entry, Provence, France

  • Michele Scalia

    Stunning garden Entry, Provence, France photo via tintin #Flowers #Garden #Pathway

  • Vixenn

    Garden Entry, Provence, France by Musfiza. This is the most exquisite photo I have ever seen, brings my mind to a colorful, mystical and happy place,

  • Lucia Borgmann

    Dream garden - Garden Entry, Provence, France

  • Terri Murphy

    Enchanted garden, Provence, France. Great color! This is what I imagined when I read "The Secret Garden"

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