mardi, janvier 30, 2007

Les 7eme Floralies à Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois : Jardin Japonais (2/10)


Ce jardin (inspire par les mysteres de l'asie) a ete fait par le centre de readaptation professionnelle Jean Moulin. Centre qui accueille des personnes handicapées. Cette formation a comme objectif l'insertion professionnelle en milieu ordinaire de travail


This garden (inspires by the mysteries of Asia) was made by the center of vocational rehabilitation Jean Moulin. Center which accomodates handicapped people. This formation has like objective professional insertion in ordinary medium of work

24 commentaires:

Faye Pekas a dit…

Very pretty and bright. Nice that its made so disabled people can enjoy it too.

photowannabe a dit…

Yes, the flower displays are beautiful and I like the fact that the disabled can enjoy them too.

GiuCe a dit…

i like the combination with stones... an original garden!

J. Andrew Lockhart a dit…

beautiful! I can almost smell the flowers. :)

Lavender Lady a dit…

I envy those who garden and have wonderful little areas to discover. This is very nice.

Keropok Man a dit…

japanese style gardens are usually very nice. it's always so peaceful.

Ryan a dit…

This looks very relaxin!

Ceci regarde très détendant.

-Ryan of OC Photos

susan a dit…

This is a stunning garden. It's nice that it was made so that all could enjoy it as well.

mi foto a dit…

une sensibilité suprême, les jardins japonais sont d'une grande beauté.
Beaucoup de saluts.

Cergie a dit…

Je ne le trouve pas trop ZEN ce jardin inspiré de l'Asie, malgré le minéral
Il est super surchargé !

Ma fille faisait ses études à Toulouse et il y avait près de son école un jardin Japonais, avec de pierres et des topiaires taillés en nuages

C'était très apaisant
Bien sûr, sur un stand on ne peut arriver au même effet de grandeur.

~tanty~ a dit…

Soo beautiful and bright! Very nice garden.

Edulabbe a dit…

Japanese gardens are so beautiful, with so many fine details. I really love them. They inspire a lot of peace.

isabella a dit…

Oriental inspired rock gardens are very zen and relaxing. Glad to hear that the Jean Moulin centre caters to the handicapped.

denton a dit…

Celebrating cultures from around the world is certainly in the daily photo family sprit.

Ioanna a dit…

Hey, that's great!
Wonderful dreamy garden!
Are there any fairies in there?

Delphinium a dit…

Excellente initiative de réhabiliter les gens qui ont un handicap. C'est quelque chose qui redonne espoir aux gens et les fait avoir un but! très important dans la vie. Meilleures pensées à tous.

pastorrick a dit…

Your pictures bring such a relaxing feel to my busy day. Thanks

lynn a dit…

Great pics. Have you upgraded your camera - if so, what do you have? They look sharper and more colourful.

Daniele Marioli a dit…

Ciao Olivier!
Thancks for your comment on my blog!
Perhaps the my blog-problems are resolved.... mah!...
Ever ggod photos on your blog!
Ciao!!

Kris a dit…

great garden! its peaceful and the makers must be so proud of themselves :)

Dsole a dit…

wow.. very calm... i would like to relax and sit there for a little while... :)

Jackie a dit…

Lovely garden, and great pictures Olivier!

Kimberley a dit…
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Kimberley a dit…

First, this is just beautiful! Second, I find this quite wonderful. I work with people with mental and/or physical disabilities so that is just great!