behind a gate in the King’s garden

When in the King's kitchen garden last week, we went on walking and pushed a gate open at the end of the garden, and entered a derelict garden in which we could find those huge empty flower pots. A perfect target for black & white photography I thought.

the garden hose

The Potager du Roi (Kitchen Garden of the King, meaning Louis XIV) was created in the seventeenth Century to produce fresh fruits and vegetables for the King's court. It hasn't changed very much since then (apart from garden hoses of course) and is still maintained by the National School for Landscape Architects, which is also... Continue Reading →

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