Friday, 17 June 2011

Dans le jardin de l'orangerie


Two more views of the garden at Madame Elisabeth's orangerie as arranged for the current exhibition.


Encore deux vues du jardin de l'orangerie de Madame Elisabeth tel que présenté pour l'expo du moment.

27 comments:

forgetmenot said...

Pretty gardens--like the sculpture too. The lovely music you have playing as one views your post is such a nice addition. Have a lovely weekend. Mickie :)

Tammie Lee said...

looks like a wonderful garden.

Jacob said...

Lovely! And I like the touch of red...do you know what that is?

Re your comment on Colorado: You have a good memory...this is a "new" photo but I posted one of that smokestack a year or two ago...

Can't sneak anything by you, can I?

bfarr said...

Nice shots. I like that pop of red in the sea of green.

akarui said...

Sans doute de bons legumes a manger plus tard. Ils font l'actualite europeenne en ce moment avec E-coli...

Randy said...

I was wondering what that Red thing was in the distance of yesterday shot. I like the second one with the pumpkin.

Jack said...

I love the first shot. The red feature grabs the eye.

brattcat said...

Is that a pumpkin in June?

Woody said...

Madame has quite the garden, I like how they've located the sculpture and the color is very complementary.

Bob Crowe said...

Did the Israelites cross the red C?

Dianne said...

Oh! how I'd love to visit Madame Elizabeth in her pretty jardin!

Thérèse said...

Quite an inspiration for the pumpkins and melons...

Alan said...

That's a lovely garden!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I like the way the eye is drawn down the garden path to the wrought iron gate at the end, with a touch of blue through. Beautiful Ciel.

cieldequimper said...

@ Brattcat: yes that is a pumpkin in June. I was *very* surprised...

Bergson said...

avec ce C les légumes poussent mieux ?

Diane said...

Just as a garden should be. xxx

VP said...

Who forgot that broken ring-of-fire on the premises? A circus?

Cezar and Léia said...

This garden is very special and I love the perspective in your picture!
The pumpkin is a plus!
Hugs
Léia

Stephanie said...

Interesting red sculpture, especially looks great against the white of the house. And I love the path from the wrought iron gate to this lovely garden

JM said...

The red really pops up in all that green and the yellow touch of the pumpkin is cool.

T. Becque said...

I'm sighing remembering the beauty there while I sit in dry heat here.

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

What do the locals think about the modern art in the garden? It does add interesting visual appeal. Impossible not to notice it!

Magpie said...

I love to see things growing. An amazing bounty.

Malyss said...

Le truc rouge, c'est un Vernet miniature?.. (Peut pas me linker chez James, encore!)

Francisca said...

Red contrasts well against the green. Nice garden to have a sculpture exhibition.

Regina K said...

I have been so busy with my new granddaughter that I missed this one yesterday. I like this pop of red.