jeudi, décembre 14, 2006

Le mur végétal

Ce mur végétal se trouve sur un immeuble en cour de restauration. les arbres et les plantes prennent naissance sur et dans le parking de cet immeuble.
La nature reprend le pouvoir ;o)

This vegetable wall is on a building in court of restoration. the trees and the plants occur on and in the carpark of this building. Nature takes again the capacity ;O)
Pendant que je prenais cette serie de photos, un groupe (qui allait à la gare routière) m'a demander de les prendre en photo. les voila donc sur mon blog. Merci pour cette photo (d'habitude on me demande souvent de ne pas prendre de photos). Voir sur le blog de Nathalie de Sydney, il lui est arrivé la meme chose.

While I took this series of photograph, a group (which went to the road station) has to require to me to take them in photograph. thus veiled on my blog. Thank you for this photograph (usually one often asks me not to take photographs). See on the blog of Nathalie of Sydney, it was able to him the same thing

15 commentaires:

isabella a dit…

I love those "hanging gardens" - they make the apartment blocks so much more appealing. I hope they won't be destroyed during renovations.
That is a very fashionable group of young people - tres chic ;-)

Bonne nuit!

Anonyme a dit…

Bien vu C'est vrai la nature reprend vite le dessus, mais la vigne vierge est un colonisateur de choix

As tu vu le mur végétal à coté du nouveau musée des arts premier à paris ? Superbe, mais à cette saison, ce doit être bien nu... Comme ton mur va de nouveau réapparaitre quand les feuilles seront tombées (d'ailleurs ici les feuilles de vigne vierge sont toutes tombées,il doit faire plus froid)

Je dirai coucou aux oliviers de ta part, olivier
Joyeux Noël

Lucie / Cergie

photowannabe a dit…

Very pretty plants on the walls. Good shot of the kids.
Have a nice day, Oliver.

Annie a dit…

The greenery growing on the wall of the building gives it a very special, very attractive look. It's nice that it is growing naturally, too.

You must have a very engaging style, Olivier, for these young people to ask you to photograph them.

East of Oregon a dit…

Great greenery photos and grea photo of the kids too. Take care:)

Zsolt72 a dit…

its amazing that they let you to take photo.:)people usually hide..but these funny guys even asked you for a shot:)

Faye Pekas a dit…

I love the plants hanging down on the building. Thats really cool that the kids asked you to take their picture. As you say, most people DON'T want you to take their photo.

Jazzy a dit…

lovely images Olivier, the greenery is still intact, great colours and nice people photo as well.

Reflex a dit…

Je trouve que ça donne de la vie aux murs en béton, c'est très joli :)

Kate a dit…

I find it so interesting some of you have reluctant subjects. I am seldom denied the privilege of taking someone's photo! I almost always ask and most are pleased as these young people are to be photographed. In fact, I've met many "hams." Oliver, your photos today are fun to view, as usual.

kris a dit…

the vegetation is refreshing for this dull weather! haha..the group are so sporty to allow you to photograph. Did u get their email? or give them your website?

tr3nta a dit…

vegetale wall, great idea... thanks for passing and for your knd words...

Nathalie a dit…

Vraiment sympa Olivier, ce portrait inattendu dont les circonstances ressemblent en effet énormément à mon aventure. Merci pour le lien, c'est gentil !

J'aime bien toutes les occasions de faire rentrer la nature dans la ville. Celle-là est excellente.

lynn a dit…

Actually i don't like them! Sorry, i just think they make the building look dirty and messy. No offence meant. Like the shot of the happy people though!

Keropok Man a dit…

the plants covering the building needs some trimming.

after trimming it would look beautiful.