Postcard Wednesday (I know its actually Friday today , life got in the way), features the glory of Autumn in Monet’s Garden at Giverney.
I was fortunate to visit the garden in Spring 2016 and as a keen gardener this was a dream come true to see the Spring bulbs, especially the glorious tulips. I honestly thought this was a once only experience and ticked it off my bucket list. It really wasn’t until a couple of weeks before our last trip as I was looking at the map and fine tuning things that I realised we were literally driving past, so of course I floated the idea of a return visit. I am so glad I did , not only were the gardens wonderful in their Autumn colours but as it was nearing the end of the season it wasn’t teaming with visitors.
A visit to Giverney , 74 km. northwest of Paris, is a bit of pilgrimage for devotees of impressionism.
The garden is a visual delight , with its clever planting, so I will let my photos do the talking.
Joining Catherine at Not Dressed as Lamb for #iwillsharewhatilike.