Photo by Eric Vandeghen ©2007
Eric took this photo with his cell phone. Not bad! His picture does a much better job of showing the park ambiance and he captures the ‘long ago and far away essence’ of the park.
Thanks, Eric for this photo!
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In a previous post, I mentioned Albert Kahn Park as being one of those idyllic parks on the outskirts of Paris (in Boulogne-Billancourt) where you can imagine for a moment that you are walking through a Japanese garden or one of the French provinces.
Although spring is an especially nice time to visit the park, there are revolving exhibits throughout summer. A nice place to cool off on a hot summer’s day if you happen to be in the Boulogne-Billancourt area. Be sure to read Jacqueline McCraths’ excellent article written for the NY Times in 1997, A Philosophy in Bloom.