Entries from October 2015

Giverny 365 Photos

October 19, 2015


perpetual-calendarHere is my new perpetual calendar featuring Monet’s house and gardens at Giverny.

I have carefully selected my best photos among thousands of pictures I’ve taken over the past years in the famous painter’s gardens.

The shots follow the seasons. Page after page, day after day, you see how spring arrives and settles, gets to its glory, turns into summer and its plenty, until autumn comes with more flowers than ever and fabulous colors reflecting into the pond.

Winter has unexpected delights to offer, for instance the garden covered with snow, the frozen pond, or gorgeous sunrises over the Seine.

To make sure the new picture is a new surprise every day, landscape views alternate with flowers close ups, streets of Giverny with details of the house decoration, and more.

Each picture has a caption in English and in French.

The calendar has been designed and printed in France by a nature-friendly manufacturer.

The size is 15×12 cm, (4.7′ x 5.9′) including a white stripe at the bottom for your notes.

The price is  19 euros. I am happy to ship worlwide for an extra cost of 3.5 euros. For instance, total cost for the United States is 25 US$, or 17 £ for Great Britain, or 34 CAD, shipment included.

To order, just leave a comment and I will get in touch with you. Imagine this little window with lovely garden pics next to your computer or on your kitchen counter or anywhere else, like a breeze of fresh air…

Flowered Letters

October 4, 2015


At Giverny in Rue Claude Monet, one of the mail boxes to send letters and postcards is located amid flowers.

In October, the helianthus are big enough to reach the height of the mail box.

Their yellow hues match the  official color of La Poste boxes.

Having to  make your way through the flowers to post your mail makes paying the bills just a little more fun.