Spring is time for Claude Monet, the patient painter and gardener.
Trying to find a place in Montevideo as magical as his garden in Giverny, Form II visited the Japanese Garden behind the Blanes Museum. We admired the wonders of nature, the blossomed cherry trees, the mystic wooden bridge and the silent waterlilies floating in the calm pond.
Before leaving, we paid tribute to our great painters Blanes and Figari inside the Museum.
"Backbones here and there" is Form II's new Science Project. Going to The Natural History Museum was thus a must. We highly recommend this visit to learn and admire the World of Animals.