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  • Devin Rethman

    Tree Tunnel Gate, Wales. Reminds me of the Secret Garden.

  • Conrad Yundt

    garden #garden design #modern garden design #garden design ideas #garden decorating #garden decorating before and after

  • Lorrie Roberts

    Tree Tunnel Gate, Wales - beautiful

  • Koralea Roessler

    #fog #mist #myst #mysterious #garden #path #pathway #footpath #walk #walkway #track #road #dreamland #gate

  • Katy Gresock

    Garden gate entrance to a restful place

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