This is sunflower of the year. You couldn't tell, it's not even wearing its face mask - Lieurac - Ariège. August 2020
It seems that my readers have a strong liking for flowers. Thus, I have decided to indulge them. As we were gadding about the forest in Marly le Roi, amongst the few orchards that are left, we found this dog rose bush. For those who may not know, this is the wild plant that gave... Continue Reading →
L'Etang la Ville - Who would think that this shot was taken in the vicinity of a sprawling City? Those who wonder what these beautiful flowers are will be pleased to learn that they are California poppies.
We're nearly done with the easing of the lockdown, which is due tomorrow. Hopefully, there won't be too many cars out in the streets (wishful thinking that is, of course). Meanwhile, let's make the most of these beautiful flowers taken in our garden. Before, and after the storm. Down in the dirt. More macro photography... Continue Reading →
The lockdown gave us a chance to discover our garden in the midst of the City. A bit of a luxury if you ask me. Yet, before the lockdown, we were so busy that we hardly ever went there at all. Last Sunday, as I was stretching my legs in our garden while lugging my... Continue Reading →
Spring is here at last, after months of hail, rain and snow. Here's my selection. No need to add many words to that. Jardins Albert Kahn - Boulogne Ditto Giverny, Monet's gardens Wild violets in the forest in Fontainbleau Tulips, Albert Kahn's gardens.
Jen's post today came as a relief in the midst of a dreadfully mild and damp Winter* where the river seems to be taking over the world. The banks are no longer open to the public and if you click this link you will understand why. So thinking about growth was a good idea and... Continue Reading →
I love hydrangeas. These ones were found this Summer in a small village North West of Paris names Gerberoy.