Sunny Sunday afternoons must be spent in a lovely garden and where better than the beautiful Jardins des Tuileries?

Wandering the length of the gardens, from the Louvre to Place del la Concorde, I marveled at the autumnal tones of the Plane Trees; folk casually settled on the iconic metal chairs the shade of lush green grass, reading, kissing, chattering, dozing, observing. Water fowl snatching crusts as they jostle one another against the light breeze rippling across the circular lakes. Happy snapping tourists, family clusters. Immaculately dressed twins in gorgeous tonal puffer jackets sailing miniature sail boats, lovingly coached by their Mum, the epitome of French chic dressed in skinny white jeans, tailored tan leather jacket and matching boots and sporting the most adorable plum colored YSL cross body bag that I make a mental note to seek out…wait! I digress! A beautiful day mingling with the locals. Just a few of my favourite snaps….

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    3 Comments on Jardins des Tuileries…

    1. Robyn Smith
      November 5, 2013 at 7:40 pm (4 years ago)

      Dear Jane –
      You have a great talent for writing. I do love receiving your posts. You take such great photos, you should write a travel book – using your facebook posts.
      Worth a thought! Love, Rx

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      • Jane
        Jane
        November 8, 2013 at 5:15 am (4 years ago)

        Thankyou Robby. I’m so glad your enjoying my stories and photos. How can we not be inspired by this gorgeous country huh? I like your idea re travel book too. Great food for thought. Much love J xx

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      • Jane
        Jane
        November 8, 2013 at 5:17 am (4 years ago)

        Thankyou so much Robby. I love sharing my journey and shots and am so glad your enjoying them. Travel book is great food for thought too! Hope you are well and happy dear friend, Jane xx

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