Friday, 4 September 2009

Les Grandes Eaux Nocturnes VII


During the Water Nights at the palace, there is only one way to quench your thirst: a fresh orange juice made from the fruit of the palace Orangerie which I was showing you here. To view all posts on the enchanting Water Nights, click on the "Eaux Nocturnes" label below. Sorry for again not visiting your blogs, I will try to do so today.
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Pendant les Eaux Nocturnes, un seul moyen d'étancher sa soif : du jus d'oranges frais pressé avec les oranges de l'orangerie que je vous montrais ici. Pour voir toutes les photos des enchanteresses Eaux Nocturnes, cliquez sur le tag ci-dessous. Désolée encore une fois de mon absence de visite chez vous, je vais tâcher de faire un tour sur vos blogs ce soir.

17 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

I saw these guys few weeks ago, but it was an early afternoon under the sun and didn't know that the fruits were from the Orangerie.

Jacob said...

You're doing a bang-up job on these night shots, Ciel! Just beautiful! Now, though, you've made me thirsty. I'm leaving to make myself a screwdriver!

James said...

You take such wonderful night photos.

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

I cannot believe I have never visited this place, by day or by NIGHT!!!! Great, inspiring photos!

Leif Hagen said...

A delicious, refreshing drink to enjoy with a wonderful, royal palace view! Heavenly! Bon weekend!

Olivier said...

une superbe carte postale ta première photo. Je prendrais bien un verre de jus d'orange de l'orangerie
a superb postcard your first photograph. I would take definitely a glass of juice of orange of the orangery

cieldequimper said...

@VP: they are advertised as such but somehow, I have doubts as to the produced quantities...

BaysideLife said...

I love fresh squeezed orange juice, so refreshing. The look of anticipation of Sister holding her tour book tells it all.

Cezar and Léia said...

a beautiful event!
Léia

B SQUARED said...

Looks like any night would be a great night at the palace.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Nothing better tasting than fresh-squeezed orange juice. YUM!

Dina said...

I like the nun's travel brochure.

Un regard offert said...

cela vaut le coup de veiller !

tapirgal said...

As always, I enjoyed your posts. The organgerie is amazing! You're making me thirsty for orange juice, too! Thanks for letting us know that you'd be visiting again soon. You know, sometimes we have to make an escape into real life!

Asta said...

Hi C,

Great pictures. In particular I love picture no 1. It's magnificant.
- Mmmmm, fresh orange juice. I could do with that right now.

Take care!

Best regards
Asta

Jackss said...

Les photos sont très inspirantes en effet.

Bravo! J'aime bien aussi la photo de nuit. Elle me rappelle de bien beaux souvenirs. J'ai visité l'endroit en 1973. La France est le pays le plus visité au monde. Ça demeure un rêve que d'y retourner. C'est sûr que nous le réaliserons, ma compagne et moi.

Quelle chance que d'habiter dans un pays si beau, si noble, si riche au plan culturel. J'y serais si mes ancêtres n'avaient pas traversé l'Atlantique en 1665.

Allan Alexandre said...

c'est beau que dit Jackss ! Mais comme tous pays il y a du beau comme Versailles, et l'autre côté il y a du moche des quartier ou il faut raser les mur. C'est vrai tu nous offre la bonne face des choses.