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Dried petals in old glass jar on wooden surface

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Photographer: © living4media / Möller, Cecilia Portrait
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Location:Ostergötland, SE
Print size: approx. 11.38 × 17.07 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” x 17”)

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Pia's Orangery

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This conservatory in Sweden is a whole new world of plants

Stepping into Pia’s orangery is like taking a step into another world. The peaceful environment is a balm for the soul. Fragrance fills the air and the only sound is the hum of bees from the treetops outside. Pia had dreamed of a private greenhouse for many years and her husband Mike dug the foundation by hand. Today it is a large conservatory with plants from all over the world.
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