Claude Monet’s house in Giverny overlooks a 2 1/2 acre walled garden called the Clos Normand. The crushed gravel walkways are generally laid out in straight lines, but the garden adds a softness around these paths. Thanks go a large variety of plants, flowers, and trees, the garden is in bloom at least seven months a year as the seasons evolve from spring to summer to fall.
I couldn’t pick a favorite between these two shots of Clos Normand. What do you think? Do you have a favorite shot between the two?
Clos Normand Photo #1.
Clos Normand Photo #2.
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