Saturday, June 26, 2010

Giverny revisited

One of the perks of my new job is that I occasionally get to lead/accompany American undergraduates on their trips in and around Paris. Last Friday, for example, I got a free trip (and comp'ed lunch) to Giverny--the rural town to the Northwest of Paris that Monet once called home. Longtime readers of this blog will remember that I was here in the fall for my graduate orientation, when the apples were ripe and falling from the trees. This time around I got to see a little more of the flowers.

Odd flower:

See the bee?
Another bee, in flight this time:

By far my favorite shot of the day. Considering having it printed as a poster to fill some of our blank wall space:

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