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I would love to attend a basket weaving class!! Great shots! How fun!! Enjoy your weekend, Ciel!
Oh wow, I'd love to have taken some basket weaving classes here! How lucky you are to have an event such as Esprit Jardin. And love both captures too (love the 2nd 'action shot':)
watching basket weavers is such fun...the orange tones in the background are fantastic!
De merveilleux nids a mettre dans son propre jardin, son propre balcon ou chez soi.Des experiences enrichissantes ces ateliers.P.S. Meme observation pour moi au sujet de Jean Tardieu!!
Those are some seriously gorgeous baskets!
There are many artisans who make baskets. I do not know anyone who uses baskets except for Easter and the odd picnic. Ars gratia artis.
Me too! I would love to learn this.
Wow, I know some birds who would appreciate such ready-made nests.
J'aime bien ces paniers en forme de nids. les lignes rouges , ce sont des morceaux d'osier (?)que les "éleves" sont en train de tresser?
Oh Ciel, what a wonderful series of the Esprit Jardin!!!Happy weekend!
I love the very top photo of the baskets with that wonderful background.
@ Malyss: oui !
Love the baskets, but what are they doing in the second shot???
Not only the baskets, like nests, are lovely, but also the curtain in the background is very pretty.
@ Barbara: they are weaving them.
I have never seen anything like this!
I do like basket weaving. My friend used to make baskets from Pine needles. A certain type of pine needle extra long. She learned in Alaska. The Native Americans on the coast here did and still do a lot of weaving. Beautiful stuff. MB
I bet this isn't as easy as they make it look Ciel, I like to use them..not make them ;)
wow this is a very interesting artwork!Léia
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