Friday, 30 November 2007

Monet's Garden.Post 2

Here we go ---I think the 1st is a sort of Sunflower?, I'll let the people with flower - power
say on this and the others to.

Another pathway with asst plants, flowers blooming, Cant you just imagine Monet walking down his pathways and smelling the sweet smell.
OK, here a preveiw of the lake, where his famous bridge and water-lillies were painted---more of that later.
Another nameless flower - also a bed of asst flowers and plants.
Monet's Garden - continues in the next post.

11 comments:

Lilli & Nevada said...

This is beautiful, i wish i could have that here instead of the dusting of snow we got this morning, winter is definitely here now

Ida said...

Beautiful.
A richly coloured garden. :)

Mike said...

I thik it is a sunflower but I've never seen that pattern before.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

All these Monet posts make me want to pull out my watercolors and brushes!

Dragonstar said...

The colours are so beautiful, and I can only imagine the scents.

DeeMom said...

Hi IMAC, hope you got my E-mail

these pictures what more can I say but such wonderful memories...

smilnsigh said...

Beautiful! Beautiful! Beautiful!

Mari-Nanci

Cloudscome said...

I love these. Beautiful!

Gail's Man said...

You certainly get about. Perhaps you have become the 21st century Monet. Painting the garden by pixels, instead of oils.

dot said...

Maybe it's some sort of coneflower. Anyway, it's beautiful. I know there had to be a woman behind those pictures! lol

lv2scpbk said...

I enjoyed walking through the garden with your photos.