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So, I'm really not the type of person who gets into Irish/Celtic stuff, but this Celtic knot gate is pretty awesome

Hansel and Gretel storybook house in Olalla, Kitsap, Washington

Right out of a Fairy Tale! Amazing oval door from the Storybook House (Olalla/Washington) which was built in the by Richey & Karen Morgan. Other photos of the house are shown at this site

Secret Garden Door, Longitude Lane, Charleston, SC © Doug Hickok

This one had me at purple! Plus it has the whole "secret garden" thing going on. ~js Garden gate, Longitude Lane, Charleston, SC (Doug Hickok) -- Whispers on the Wind

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Gardens - it has always been my dream to have a secret garden beautiful wooden door.

My favorite way to start the day…..Early, before anyone else is up, all is quiet and It's wonderful!

A Pergola covered patio, not sure if it connected to a house or stands alone, a shaded spot to sit and watch the mists roll in. Field stone on the patio and post bases, with the soft paint on the pergola help soften it into the landscape rather than stand

Love the periwinkle door and the beautiful blooms draping it.

Doors Around The World: La Roque d'Anthéron ~ Bouches-du-Rhône, France Creative painting to match with the flowers

...la porta sul mare.

The Garden and the Sea. "The Sea Door" (Photo by Eamon Gallagher) Broad Haven, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

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Lovely rusty garden gates - SO CHARACTERFUL! (How lovely to have a gate like this, as an entry to the garden!

Fairy Tale Cottage with flowers all over the place!

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The Secret Door by Angie Latham "Inspired like a lot of my work, by the book The Secret Garden. I am facinated by the notion of secret doors which may lead to magical experiences or new adventures." I like both the art and her thoughts.

This needs to be in ACF.  It needs to be a gate to a Wizard's lair, except this guy is good, and doesn't try to experiment on the girls. The dragon comes to life, and when the girls pass through it they feel like they're being watched - because they are.

Dragon Gate of Harlech House, Dublin. Harlech House is famous for its dragon gates, was originally built in 1798 but in 1993 a huge redesign commenced which sought to celebrate the Jubilee, and also provide a home to a large family.