Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Parc de Belleville

Gardener, Parc de Belleville, Paris
Gardener at work in the park, Belleville
20e arrondissement, Paris, July 2009

6 comments:

Jacob said...

And the gardener is doing an excellent job from the looks of it!

Beautiful flowers! Paris has so many lovely parks! Among other things!

JM said...

Lovely composition!

Tinsie said...

I love the way the French do their parks, with flowers of different colours mixed together. Nice shot!

tapirgal said...

It seems only the gardener is allowed to sit on the grass in Paris. But the gardener isn't quite sitting, so maybe the rules are very, very strict! What about in Italy? Do people sit on the grass as they do in the US?

tapirgal said...

Oops, I enlarged it. The gardener is sitting, not squatting. So, that's how one can sit on the grass in France - become a gardener.

Vogon Poet said...

@ tapirgal - I guess you can sit on lawns if there are no pelouse interdite signs, we had often pique-niques on the grass without problems and in good company.
Sometimes lawns are part of a flowerbed and things get murkier then...
In Italy, as always, you can do anything you wish...