Jardin du Luxembourg

Jardin du Luxembourg
The Jardin du Luxembourg, for me, is one of the most fantastically enjoyable city parks in the world. It is wonderful during all seasons, but springtime each year absolutely takes my breath away. The early evening hours on a beautiful spring evening with the long archway of trees in full bloom is a wonderful treat for the senses, especially after five long months of winter weather. Strolling from the southern end of the park along the long alleyways with giant trees towering overhead makes me feel thankful for the beauty in this world. I have sometimes thought I could make a whole book just about the Jardin du Luxembourg though I also love just savoring it as season unfolds upon season. I know I am not alone and I am sure many of you have spent time in these gardens. I hope you enjoy my view of them. Technical Details – Canon 1Ds Mark II, 45mm tilt/shift lens, F 2.8, ISO 100. For more photography by Clay McLachlan: Beyond the Bread Basket: Recipes for Appetizers, Main Courses, and Desserts by Eric Kayser, Clay McLachlan and Yair Yosefi French Cooking: Classic Recipes and Techniquesby Hubert Delorme, Vincent Boue, Clay McLachlan and Paul BocuseEric Kayser’s New French Recipes by Eric Kayser, Yair Yosef and Clay McLachlan and his newest award-winning book: Encyclopédie du chocolat If Clay’s photo inspires a walk in the park, consider Context Travel’s “Gardens of Paris” walking tour guided by an expert in Paris architecture or history. See what others miss in the most important historical gardens in Paris: Palais Royale and Tuileries near the Louvre. Click here for more about these walking seminars limited to groups of six or fewer: Context Travel April showers won’t be a bother with this chic folding umbrella adorned with scenes of Paris by Caillebotte: BonjourParis amazon boutique

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