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Wonderful, Julie. I don't know anyone who doesn't like Monet. Your second photo is just perfect.KayAlberta, Canada
Oh, those many shades of cool greens and blues. And a stunning reflective ripple. I agree on the Monet love.
Julie, beautiful photos and we share a love of Monet. I saw the waterlillies at Musee L'Orangerie right after it re-opened. The Musée Marmottan has a wonderful collection as well. I would like to see Giverny -- the reflections in your photo there actually have the look of Monet and the Impressionists. Great post!Genie
Oh if only my own garden was like Giverny. I loved both of my visits there and as for the waterillies at Musee L'Orangerie I hung around there for ages and it wasn't because I was tired from tramping around the rest of Paris. It's fun having you visit these wonderful places.
You seem to be making good use of your time there. Keep it up Julie.
Very Monet that second one and the backlighting in the top one works really well.
Oh, that last.
The second one is a Monet.
Lovely. Monet is great, but I'm more a Gauguin gal.
Your second photo is the real Monet deal. Nice one.
Outstanding shots! You worked wonders with color and light. I'll be arriving in Paris next month just before the Giverny Gardens close for the season. I can't decide if I should go or not. I must admit that I'm very tempted.This link might help if yo like jazz.http://www.parisjazzclub.net/fr/agenda/2010/9/29/
Here's something for when you get back - Sydney Open (6/7 November) tickets are now on sale -http://www.hht.net.au/sydopen
Oh my, Julie's camera meets M. Monet. Nothing could be finer!V
some one asked me where to get red sunflowers.Where did you find yours?
Ann, they were in the garden of M. Monet just north of Paris. He and his heirs have planted a wonderful array of sunflowers of magical hues.
Two of your best photos, ever!!!
*grin*Why thank you!
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