Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Monet's garden at Giverny

Away looking at glorious gardens - but wonder how many readers know this view??
And yes, to all who commented ... it is Giverny. Full review to come.

14 comments:

  1. It must be Monet's garden!

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  2. Uhmm I would go for the obvious...is it Monet gardens at Giverny?

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  3. gosh I don't know but it is going on my bucket list for sure! what a lovely scene.

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  4. Giverny is on the must visit someday list.

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  5. Ah!.......Monets garden methinks!

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  6. I think it is Claude Monet-s garden in Giverny.

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  7. Monets watergarden
    Gods peace!
    Annso

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  8. E' il giardino di Monet a Giverny (Francia). E' bellissimo ed è stata l'ispirazione per molti suoi quadri. Ciao Audrie

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  9. We have been to visit Monet's garden in Giverny and were first in the queue in the morning and still, half an hour later, it was crowded mainly by busloads of Japanese. A bit like the experience in Sissinghurst. I agree that those gardens are beautiful but I find them so overrated. We visited le jardin d'Angelique, the same day and it was so different: a wonderful garden, tranquil but no crowds.

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  10. Nice that you caught the wisteria! You must have arrived just as Bertie left.

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