Thursday, May 31, 2012

Wisterias of Monet's Garden

Giverny, France. Claude Monet may have been enthralled with his waterlilies but I was enchanted by his fragrant pale wisterias.  Despite the throngs of tourists, quiet moments could be found with the wisterias overhanging the trellis of one of the Japanese bridges in his gardens. I wish you could have been there to enjoy the sweet fragrance of these beautiful blossoms.  This must be the best time of year to visit Monet's gardens.

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