Thursday, 6 June 2013

2013 Année Le Nôtre : land art au parc Balbi IV

'Urban flowers' by Aligna, a land art exhibit in parc Balbi for Le Nôtre year. Nice to see real daisies in their midst!

Les "fleurs urbennes" par Aligna, c'est du land art au parc Balbi dans le cadre de l'année Le Nôtre. J'ai bien aimé voir les vraies pâquerettes au milieu !

22 comments:

Olivier said...

voila une belle photo printanière. belle creation paysagiste

Michelle said...

Creative and yet so real looking.

Sylvia K said...

Creative and different!!

LONDONLULU said...

How lovely you spotted the real daisies amidst the art installation! I wouldn't mind an installation like this in my neck of the woods. So lovely! (Haha, yes the aliens have landed - Reunions feels like that:)

Jack said...

I like this display. I wonder what VP will say about it.

Randy said...

I love it. We had a woman here a few years ago who used ceramic birds.

BaysideLife said...

The real and the artistic. A great display. I love this public art display, but there really is nothing like the art of nature.

Dina said...

It somehow makes me think of the idiom "pushing up the daisies."
But here someone had to push DOWN the faux daisies.

Cezar and Léia said...

Gorgeous garden!
Your pictures are wonderful, like Spring postcards!
hugs
Léia

llandudnopictures said...

A beautiful white carpet!

Bergson said...

magnifique

Tanya Breese said...

oh i like that...i totally thought they were real!

Lowell said...

Life mimics art! Terrific. A rather soothing presentation.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fabulous Ciel and yes its lovely to see the real daisies popping up here and there. Its a little like my poppies from a few days ago oui!

JM said...

What a lovely installation!

Halcyon said...

A gorgeous scene! Love those perfect flowers. :)

Tammie Lee said...

yes, beautiful with the mix of real flowers...

VP said...

Those real daisies are annoying...

Alain said...

Pourquoi mettre des fausses fleurs quand on peut en planter des vraies.

Small City Scenes said...

Very beautiful. Today is D-day-WW11

I usually do red Poppies but you chastised me once. Flanders Field is yours not mine. Actually WW1 I do understand.
You are a good friend, MB

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Wouldn't it be cool to get a birds-eye view, it's certainly beautiful.

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, this is fabulous, looks like a big birthday cake.