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Japan Summer Photo Diary 2015

So the weather is getting warmer now here in Japan, hard to believe I have been here almost a year already. Time has flown by, I feel like before I know it my wonderful island life will be over and I will have to face reality again. 358 more words


Lead me up the garden path

A visit to Monet’s Garden (or “Les Jardins de Claude Monet”) in Giverny, France, was definitely on my bucket list.

A little difficult to get to via public transport, it was a perfect place to break our long drive from central France to Belgium this month – especially since May was touted as the best time to go to see the garden in full bloom. 216 more words



Many visitors, as they shuffle in a slow queue around Monet’s beautiful lily pond at Giverny, will have noticed a congruence between the reflections in the water and the painted impressions of the scene by an ageing artist with failing eyesight. 50 more words


A Visit to Claude Monet's Home and Gardens

We all love the impressionist Claude Monet’s paintings, don’t we? The bridge over the pond with water-lilies, the poppies, the cliffs of Etretat, sailing-boats, pretty ladies and many more. 495 more words

Andrew…pictures of Monet's Garden…enjoy:)

Monet’s house

The chicken coop.

The archway to his house.  The flowers hadn’t grown over the arch because it was too early in the season.

The bridge.