Giverny is the place where Claude Monet lived, gardened and did many of his more famous paintings. It is a place filled with flowers and with light.
I am not a photographer normally, but I really had fun trying to make good pictures from this stunning garden. You can't not take pictures here. Tell me what you think...
Looking out the bedroom window from his maison.
Two flowers growing together.
Irises are my all-time favorite flower.
They smelled as wonderful as they looked.
On THE Bridge.
Looking off THE bridge.
Another bridge across the water. Apparently the lillies bloom in July and August. I'd like to go again, and bring the boys & T to see it.
I think they'd like the bugs too.
And other growing things.
Gotta remember to look up too. These were above us.
This amazing flower, grows from...
These cones that resemble pinecones! They came in every color of the sunset - red, pink, orange, purple, peach!
Don't know what these are, but I like how I caught the light.
There I am with Laurie, along the garden path.