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Claude Monet's Gift of Peace to the Nation and his Garden in Giverny

Few scenes are as well known as the waterlilies in Monet’s garden which featured again and again in his famous paintings.  With its famous arched bridge, willow trees, clumps of bamboo and row boat moored casually, each vignette is a perfect moment  waiting to be captured on canvas.  263 more words

Blooming Marvellous

It’s been a while since I last sat down and actually penned a bucket list – these days, mine tends to be more of a mental note – though had I done so prior to moving to Lyon, visiting Monet’s garden would have sat pretty high up on it. 822 more words

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A day in Giverny

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The last couple of days have been so warm and sunny it finally feels like winter might be over, which makes me HAPPYYYY :) Coming back from the sunshine and long days in Europe to miserable Melbourne winter was really hard, but the first hints of spring are always exciting to see.  488 more words

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MERCI

No one goes on a trip of a lifetime

Without the help of

Shall we say “a village”.

First in my village

Is John

Chief “encourager” 256 more words

A Writer's Garden with Linda Bradley

Today I’m welcoming author Linda Bradley and her garden memories to A Writer’s Garden. Welcome, Linda!

Thanks, Catherine.

Once upon a time, my garden was my refuge. 566 more words

A Writer's Garden

Monet's Garden

A new exhibit opens at the Vancouver Art Gallery today entitled “Monet’s Secret Garden” – here’s the Courier’s review. The first thought that crossed my mind was that there is not much secret about his garden. 100 more words

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