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Wonderful article, thank you. Have always loved mirrors and their ability to enhance space and turn problem areas into something beautiful.
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Bethamy Gwanlaung

Thanks for including 'A word on the birds'. I will add that if you have a house where birds have been known to fly into and hit the windows, then using mirrors in the garden will probably exasperate the problem.


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