Tuesday, 29 May 2007

Flowers in the City.



White peonies on Lime green linen








Shakespeare & Co Books
Sterngasse


Cafe' Hawelka


Volksgarten


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22 comments:

  1. More lovely flowers... Is the city really as beautiful as the pictures you post all over? Or are you carefully selective?

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  2. Certainly you are one of Vienna's prettiest flowers.

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  3. The flowers are all so lovely it's hard to choose a favorite, altho I especially like the top two. Have a good week!

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  4. Lovely flowers - seems to be part of life everywhere....!I loved the way second pic shows the flowers with printed linen

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  5. You have a wonderful eye for details :-)

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  6. I bet I can complete the tile of the book half-concealed in the fifth photo:

    It is "eat wasps?"

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  7. Anonymous30 May, 2007

    Oh my! I just found you. What gorgeous photos you have. They're so inspiring and just a delight to look at. I plan on visiting again.

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  8. Oh wow....can`t get enough of these stunning flowers...thanks Merisi!!!!!

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  9. hey mallie! great photos huh! :o)

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  10. Sono riemerso dall'abisso, dopo 2 giorni passati senza dormire e lavorando sotto uno stress notevole. ieri sera son tornato a casa alle 21:00 e sono crollato sul letto fino a stamattina alle 10.
    Ora sto meglio ... un po più riposato. Nel frattempo qui è piovuto e piove di continuo, con sole e nuvole che si corron dietro continuamente. E la temperatura se ne è andata giù di alemno 10 gradi ed a volte fa pure un poco freddo. Questo clima ci farà impazzire ormai.
    Buona giornata, però !!!

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  11. As usual, all so pretty and well photographed.

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  12. Anonymous30 May, 2007

    My favorite picture in the peonies at the bookstore. *sigh* They make me want to hide in a corner with a new book and a coffee!!

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  13. Gorgeous flowers! Great photos, Merisi!

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  14. The title of Albert Jack's book looks interesting.

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  15. j. vorwaller31 May, 2007

    i can't decide which of them i love the most...so beautiful.

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  17. Anonymous31 May, 2007

    I came to thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting there.

    Yes, your guide to North American Birds is probably all but useless where you are now. I have no idea what would be the ideal substitute, or even if there are other books about birds for different countries.

    I have something of a problem myself when I try to comment on pictures of birds on blogs from people all over the world. Sometimes their birds are similar but are totally different.

    I looked at your cut flower photographs and was stunned by the white peony. I have an old pink double and thought it was Victorian but I am beginning to think you have a better shot of that category than I do. I really like that white peony.

    I also like your blog and what you are doing.

    Brookville Daily Photo
    My Photography

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  18. I came to you through "Paris Breakfasts" and I'm so excited to see such beautiful imagery.

    I will stop back often !!!!

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  19. Thank you all for your visits and your comments.
    I'll try to visit all of your blogs, to thank you in person.
    I enjoy your comments immensely. :-)

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  20. Antonia:
    You rascal, where are you hiding your blog?
    Thank you so much for thinking of me, I am truly touched. Can't wait to have you here in Vienna with the rest of the gang (what a reunion, who'd have ever thought so many of the old crowd would come together here one day? Small country, big visitors!).

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