Monday, 4 May 2009

Viennese Close-Ups


Fiaker
Almost black and white

Michaelertor
Hofburg's St. Michael's Gate
Seen from the passage under the
Leopoldine Wing of the Imperial Palace


Shop Window Reflections
The links of iron roller blinds
reflected in an oval silver tray
Habsburgergasse

Peeling Gilded Letters
Freisingergasse

The Meinl Moor
Am Graben

Photographed by Merisi
in the Inner City
First District
May 2009

15 comments:

  1. I'm drawn to the last one.

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  2. I like the peeling gilded letters. Something very intersting there.

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  3. Beautiful! Happy Monday!

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  4. The third photo is the loveliest of them all.....

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  5. awesome pictures, glad I found your site.
    The first is my favorite, love the different textures, the horses mane, and that touch of red. Horses, in themselves, are incredible works of art, whether as a whole or closeups of any part.

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  6. What a fabulous lot of photographs. And the Macaroons are to die for!
    Thank you for sharing.
    CKx

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  7. More food for the soul! I love these! ~Janine

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  8. My regular dose of perfection. Love it. That shop window has me mesmerized.

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  9. The last image is a gorgeous shot!
    That is a very pretty statue! Love it! I want one of those at my place..well maybe a tiny version!

    I also love "Fiaker". I love the sound of the horses galloping..

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  10. I love your artist's eye.

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  11. That first photo for me is a knockout!
    Your coach awaits you Cinderella.
    Hurry up and come to the ball...

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  12. Oh, oh, oh!!!! What a beautiful palette of colors. This might be my favorite post of yours yet. Thanks for the link, btw - exquisite.

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  13. great details of your wonderful city

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  14. I imagine that the clapping of the hoofs give a kind of rythme to the town! One marvel more!

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  15. Seems so magical when I look at your photos!

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