lundi 19 mai 2008

Orchidées sur la digue Amance

Les premières orchidées sauvages fleurissent sur le flanc de la digue du lac Amance.
D'autres fleurs en massif.
The first wild Orchids blossom along the dyke of the lake Amance.
Some bunches of violet flowers.

4 commentaires:

Old Wom Tigley a dit…

I was out today trying to find some myself but ours did not put on a show.. I did manage to capture more stuff .

Anonyme a dit…

Do you know from Finland "Maarian kämmekkä" ? It belongs to the wild Orchids here, but no flowers yet.
We have really cold days and even colder nights just now, but children are still in their school, who needs warm days now :))

André Lemay a dit…

Well, in Northern Ontario it will still take a couples of weeks before we get more wild flowers in bloom.

Deslilas a dit…

Maarian kämmekkä is called "orchis à feuille tachetée" in French. It is said to be common here too. One of our friend, teacher in the Collège of Brienne, Françoise Delestrade has made lots of pictures of flowers and animals. You can see them on ipernity or on the blog of the Collège Jules Régnier de Brienne le Château.

It's pretty cold too here in the morning. We don't pay as much attention to the temperature in France for the comfort of pupils and students. Usually it's very warm when we pass our exams or "concours" to get into "Ecoles d'ingénieurs" (meidan teknillinen korkea kouluja).