Monday, July 13, 2009

Le Fleuriste Municipal


To fight jet-lag, nothing's better than a walk outdoors, so on Sunday morning I visited the Fleuriste Municipal, an exquisite garden tucked away by the Porte d'Auteuil in Paris. Its many types of trees created mosaics of intensely green textures under the summer sky.

21 comments:

A World in a PAN said...

Magic!

Debra said...

Really lovely~ have a wonderful journey. I look forward to hearing more upon your return!

ams said...

WOW - that's gorgeous.

The Clever Pup said...

Wow, I'm away from my computer for 5 days and everyone's travelling. Exquisite. I wish I was with you.

Mary-Laure said...

A WORLD - I liked going there with you.

DEBRA - oh, I'll be blogging from Paris, Amsterdam and the South of France...

CLEVER PUP - well, you'll be with me virtually.

If Jane said...

wish i could be fighting jet-lag in paris...;))

Simply Mel said...

I couldn't think of a better way to ease jet lag...simply gorgeous!

Sam said...

So utterly lovely! I'm with you: nothing's as healing as a walk thorugh some green.

miriam said...

what a beautiful garden, Paris is really magic!

Gabbi said...

You had me with the title... gorgeous!

gracia said...

Yep, that ought to do it. Thanks for the hit of green. Very beautiful indeed.

Joanna said...

How so lush and green and how very different from Los Angeles! I hope you are having a lovely time in the city of lights.

louise said...

Ho wonderful, enjoy.

Mary-Laure said...

SAM - yes, I always find green environments very soothing, for the eyes, the body and the soul.

JOANNA - it is quite different, but LA also has its natural havens, don't you think?

miss cavendish said...

Seems like a lovely trip. Flowers are so rejuventing!

artycho said...

Enjoy your time in France! xx

Marci said...

Suerte la tuya, poder pasear por estos sitios tan preciosos de París!

briannelee said...

I love the blue and white in the first photo :)

marie said...

oh your home :) have a nice time. wish i could visit you too!

Beth said...

Beautiful pictures and I so envy you being in Paris!
Hope you're having a wonderful time. (How could you not?!)

Joyce said...

Looks like the perfect walk to get your feet grounded and your mind wandering lost in thought. My favorite kind of walk surrrounded by beauty. xoxo