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paris day two

since none of us had been there before we decided to take the train to versailles. the castle was disturbingly full of tourist (nice chandeliers though), but then we found our own secret garden and just lay around in the grass for a couple of hours.
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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

lovely

MiA said...

Denne hagen er fanatstisk! Så gøy å se bilder fra Paris :) Veldig hyggelig å hilse på deg i går! Liker bloggen din veldig godt!

xx http://miamarionette.blogspot.com/

Away with the fairy's said...

Looks like the perfect day to be there :)

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Anonymous said...

These tulips are awesome, but I must admit that I prefer English garden to jardin à la française. Btw. which type of garden wins in your personal ranking, Maja? ;)

anne said...

gooorgeous, i can just picture marie antoinette taking a stroll

EN VANITÉ said...

damn

Jadey said...

oh, the amount of tourists in paris disturbs me too.

Kamilla said...

så utrolig fint!

Charlotte said...

Oh, the palace at Versailles is so magical - it made me feel like I was in another world!

I LOVE your photographs and I checked out your boyfriend's blog - amazing images!

Charlotte

xx

The Style Rail

alison said...

love the photos, those chandeliers are incredible!

sunni said...

love the haziness and colours of the photos. very french cinema. what type of camera/film are you using? or is it the quality of the scans?

maja casablancas said...

i've used dias film and an old olympus (om1) i luv it

Marinka said...

versailles look so oppulent

enterrement de vie de célibataire Paris said...

Versailles and is lovely french style garden.
I love it.
Lilou

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