Giverny, France and Monet!

“My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.”

Claude Monet

A picture is worth a thousand words…

Trains are the way to travel. You get to see the beauty of the countryside and arrive in some outstanding places! One of our train trips out of Paris was Giverny, France. A small artist village where Claude Monet created his home and greatest masterpiece, his gardens.

Strolling in these beautiful peaceful gardens with a fine mist falling ever so lightly created a surreal surroundings that only Monet could capture with paint. Colors of pinks that pop and sharp lines of the bamboo are softened by the soft mist.

Smiley took so many pictures that we just had to share some as soon as possible. So like my other posts, more to come on this great day, but for now enjoy some of the pictures from Monet’s Garden.

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