Still Rembrandt, no tadpoles yet, in the botanic garden


Saskia as Flora, by Rembrandt

Thought the Rembrandt year 2006 is past, there is still a Rembrandt in the botanic garden.

The big size reproduction of the painting by the famous seventeenth century artist representing his wife Saskia as the Roman goddess Flora, still hangs on a building.

The Japanese apricots are already flowering.

The mild winter does not change everything: in the stream, there were no pondskaters or tadpoles yet.

The carp were present in the big pond.

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