quelques fleurs du Jardin des Plantes
I never ended up posting a lot of the photos I took on my trip to France and Germany in 2007, so I’m taking this daily posting as an excuse to share some of them.
These are from Le Jardin des Plantes (or “The Garden of Plants”), which is a large (and I do mean large) botanical garden in Paris, France.
The main garden path.
Various colors of flowers. I have no idea what kind any of these are. Well, the red ones look sort of chrysanthemum-like to me, and the yellow ones look daisy-like.
Gray flower. (Okay, it’s a drain. But it’s flower-shaped, and I thought it was cool.)
There was also a big dragon, made out of recycled materials.
Here’s a close-up of the claw of the dragon, showing its aluminum can scales.
Yes, the cans are what made me think of these photos, what with my preceding two can-related posts. I was going to post them yesterday, but was deflected from this path by the reflection theme. A reflection defection, as it were. Oddly enough, it was not the garden path that led me astray. I guess it was just something else shiny.
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