Waterlilies of Giverny, France

Photography cannot do justice to the pastoral setting and former home of the world’s leading impressionist – Claude Monet. He lived and worked for 40 years in this town 50 miles from Paris where he painted in a style that is captivating to this day. Photographers and tourists flock to this haven from around the world to experience the famous gardens and the waterlily pond made famous by the Monet’s waterlily paintings.

Claude Monet House and Studio at Giverny

Claude Monet House and Studio at Giverny

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~ by richardseeley on October 24, 2011.

2 Responses to “Waterlilies of Giverny, France”

  1. Awesome, you captured the experience as I remembered it.

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  2. Très belles photos de nénuphars !!! Merveilleux souvenirs de ces journées passées ensemble dans ce cadre magnifique.

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