Tuesday, May 30, 2017
nature & art
On the last trip to the Atlas Mountains we visited the Anima art garden in the morning.
It's one of the most beautiful and imaginative gardens in our program, created by artist André Heller from Vienna.
The small mirror greenhouse, surrounded by african nature is my favorite 'piece of art', well one of the favorites. I also love the holes in the roof, where plants grow through. Awesome!
In this colorful, surprising garden, I could not help frequent shooting (because of the stunning light and actually all corners in this colorful garden are heavenly and so photogenic), so I don't want to give away too much for those who will join our Green Gardens workshop in October.
By the way, it was bloody hot that day, temperature went up to 40 degrees. Fortunately, there is a lovely swimming pool at our final destination in the mountains. I like it, just keep drinking and stay in the shade.
So we gathered in the cafe. Funny detail, in the tastefully decorated outdoor cafe, they serve Moroccan tea with Viennese Manner biscuits.
Fully inspired we went on to the next highlight, the safran valley. More about this in the next blog post.
PS: thanks Saskia, for taking the 'rock that wall' pic...
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 9:47 AM
Labels: africa, anima, art, colorful, green gardens workshop, green is the theme, inspiration, manner wien, morocco, museum, nature, plants, roses, travel workshop
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rrhhhhha i want to come in october !!!!!! so amazing place !!!!!ReplyDelete
yes, you should!! xxDelete
Wat een geweldige plek!!!ReplyDelete
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