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  • Aurora Hoffman

    Gated Entry, Mersey River Valley, England. Looks like the Shire!

  • pat huston

    Somewhere in the British Isles. This is so pretty. Would love to just sit by that gate and enjoy the view.

  • Laloofah Ⓥ

    Stone wall and wood gate in the English countryside (makes me "homesick" for England!)

  • Olga Flores

    Gated Entry, Mersey River Valley, England. This place is beautiful!!!

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