Monday, 23 March 2009

Dreaming of Spring














Eternal Spring
Le vent se lève!
Cherry Blossoms
St. Marx Biedermeier Cemetery
3rd District

Photographed
March 22, 2008

21 comments:

  1. I am afraid of the weather forecast lately: rumor has it that wintry temperatures will prevail again this week. Snow possible (I shall drown my sorrow in coffee!).

    Oh well, enough whining already, better show you how beautiful Viennese Spring was a year ago, wouldn't you agree?

    May you all have a great start into a wonderful week! :-)

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  2. Ok seriously the last photo is so amazing. It's like a dream.

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  3. This cemetery looks wonderful.

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  4. I adore old cemeteries...and cherry blossoms! Glorious!

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  5. Do you think the snow will be gone by the end of June or should I pack my winter coat and boots ;)

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  6. Ethereal.
    Merisi, this is nirvana to me :-)

    Oh winter wants to be the dominant season...how obstinate! Parting won't be such a sweet sorrow ;-)
    We have been waiting for Spring to sashay....I can't wait for the Cherry Blossom Festival in DC!

    Thank you for the beautiful flowers.

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  7. Yes, our temperatures here in this part of Virginia have dropped. I hope your snow does not arrive! These photos are incredible. How beautiful these cherry blossoms are.

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  8. Oh yes, the peach and plum, the pears and cherry..they're all blooming now...it makes me so very happy! Lovely photos, hope your spring is sprung!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  9. Oh, how refreshing. Beautiful photos. Have a wonderful day.

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  10. beautiful! We, too, have had strange weather this year--spring is finally here, but nights can still get nippy. These photos are scrumptious.

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  11. These photos are like a breath of spring. So lovely Merisi. I love the cherry blossoms. Unfortunately I think our cherry tree has died. The others are flowering but nothing is happening to the stick like tree. So sad.

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  12. Ah - beautiful!!! We had a cherry tree in our garden when I was growing up (in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe) -they are so beautiful in flower.
    Thank you for your comments - yes all the flowers are in my garden! Your description of Capri sounds wonderful!!
    You must come and visit your friend here in Jo'burg - our summers are sunny and hot!!

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  13. This is a beautiful post. The photos are lovely especially the last one.

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  14. Those cherry blossoms are just gorgeous! We still have a while until spring is sprung here in Chicago. it's nice to see that some places are starting to see it!

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  15. Amazing!!
    Spring wants to start but it is hard with this cold wind and unstable weather...Fortunately, you found out some signs...
    Thanks, Merisi!!

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  16. Breath taking photographs. How could anyone not feel more relaxed and happy after viewing these! I will be back to visit,thanks for sharing.
    Happy Twirls,
    Libby

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  17. Such lovely photos. Thanks for sharing, Carol Jean

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  18. What beautiful photographs Merisi! These pictures give me a such a good feeling and make me smile!

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  19. Such beautiful flowers for spring. In Toronto the only thing blooming now are the pussy willows.

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