Thursday, June 15, 2006

Jardins du Luxembourg

At the end of my street, rue Vavin, is an entrance to the Jardins du Luxembourg in the 6th.An exhibit called "TAILLE HUMAINE" of artworks integrated into the park was on-more about it here.
A mystery nose emerging from the Fontaine Médicis by Jacques Brosser.I've no idea who these legs belong to... No matter how idealic and perfect the gardens are...You always hear the patter of jogger's feet on the gravel.Still the artists keep drawing. For all events and exhibits going on in the gardens.

5 comments:

  1. the next best thing to being in Paris is checking this site out. It's always such a delight. thanks for keeping up such a fantastic site.

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  2. Ah, I stayed on Rue de Seine, right across from Mulot's, the gardens were at the end of or street too although the street name changes to Rue de Tournon. It is a great area.

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  3. Lucky you Shelagh! My pool was just down the street from Mulot's -- irresistable! Rue de Seine is a wonderful street too.

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  4. Anonymous7:13 AM

    Bravo, le blog est très esthéthique et poétique, tout en vert, la vie en rose ( sing of E.Piaf, is it ?) and you can search at Rose Sélavy (rose c'est la vie) jok of Marcel Duchamp...
    One time you put by mistake a s at JardinS du Luxembourg ...
    The photos are very beautiful colors !
    of course I'm not a good person to appreciate that is writen about chocolat because I'm not really crazy about it !! but your passion is very intersting !!!!!!!!!!!!! world graal or fascination for the best of "artisanat" about the finest of finest piece and extremely delicate food ?
    La professeure

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  5. Anonymous6:22 AM

    visually stunning.
    GP

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