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Monet's Garden, France. Monet is famous for his waterlily panels... 19 in all. I saw them at L'Orangerie Museum (beside the Louvre). He was a grand master of color and light! Next trip to France, I'll be at Giverny! Thanks for this image, Heather. It's gorgeous!

Built in a hill-top village, a refuge for lovers of ancient stones...In the early 17th century, the Château de Moissac-Bellevue was a residence dedicated to relaxation, owned by a noble family from Provence.

Holy smokes look at the stone staircase! Has anyone read "A Discovery of Witches?" I imagine stairs like this in Sept Tours... And Matthew on those stairs in a fabulous cashmere sweater, smelling like cloves & looking all "front cover of a romance novel-ish." Sigh.

Absolutely beautiful..Wish I could see the inside of this home...It's so welcoming :-)