Sunday, August 8, 2010

August 7












Jardin du Luxembourg

22 comments:

kenza said...

oh! le lieu favorit de petit caramel!
Je pense à toi très fort... Gros bisous.

Ansku said...

Thanks so much for sharing your day with us!

Those windows -- they're gorgeous!!

Gali said...

C'est bizarre les associations que l'on fait, les chaises sur les photos, tu pourrais les mettre n'importe où et je les associerais toujours avec les Tuileries.

Magdalena said...

Great day, great photos!
hugs
and thank you!

Lucy Fields said...

i love those chairs. i remenber my journey to paris on march :)

nathalie et cetera said...

quel bel endroit! les peintures ont l'air magnifiques. c'est une amie?

Janis said...

Ah, the paintings at Saint Sulpice, and a bistro lunch afterward... a walk through Luxemboug Garden perhaps too? These photos capture these moments perfectly ... xo

Leslie said...

The windows are so gorgeous. But I was surprised to see palm trees!

natsumi nishizumi said...

These are great photos! I would like to sit on a stone bench and read a book... must be nice!
Hope you are having a great weekend!

Maggie May said...

conveys something large....sweeping

Novi On The Go said...

Some wonderful sculptural forms set in its surroundings. The one with the painting is my favorite!!

merel said...

ooohhh

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

So lovely.

Dorte said...

What a beautiful place to spend some hours :)

ibb said...

I always have loved those chairs in Paris gardens. Sit, and stare. Discover the world arround and sometimes discover some out art expositions.
Love the atmosphere of those gardens.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

last time i was in jardins was in january. it was bitter cold. a small group of italian young 'ladies/students' were causing turmoil over their hot chocolate bill in a luxembourg pavillion, where i had my cup of coffee, before returning home.
it was a strange moment. i loved it too.

Melanie said...

i LOVE jardin du luxembourg.

Maria said...

looks like a great place!

hannah said...

these are beautiful :)

kristina - no penny for them said...

ah, how i wish i could be there now...

marie said...

Mais... c'est fou, on dirait un portrait de David...

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