When we were in Paris in late December, returning home from Australia, we took the opportunity to visit the Orangerie, a
domed building off Place de la Concorde. It is home to many of Monet's famous paintings of waterlilies and it is one of those places that tends to get forgotten in the myriad of huge and great museums and galleries that Paris has to offer.
on the pond surface.
of Monet's waterlilies.
vegetation was yellowing? How much of it is reflection?
you can stand in this spot and see this view today.
If you are visiting Paris, try to visit this gallery if you possibly can, and as an added bonus, there is an exhibition of Monet's work at the Grand Palais until 24 January 2011.