Giverny

Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny, a small village just outside of Paris, is a photographers heaven…well it was a painter’s paradise too, since that’s where Monet spent the last 30 years of his life, painting the bridge, the japanese garden and his famous Waterlilies (on display at my absolute favorite museum in Paris Musee de l’Orangerie).

Just a few images to share with you from our trip this past weekend:

Water Lily Pond

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One Response to “Giverny”
  1. pdg says:

    lovely. creating such a lovely garden, and then enjoying!

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