Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Viennese Windows


Zitterhofer-Gasse
7th District

Gardegasse
7th District



I took these pictures
literally two minutes after
I photographed the roses of the previous post.
Wherever you turn,
there is beauty around here.

This being Vienna,
there's a Café-Bar-Restaurant
exactly opposite these windows,
offering you a comfortable perch
to better enjoy them from!

Flair-Lounge
Gardegasse 2
7th District


21 comments:

  1. perfect Viennese landscapes, as usual!

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  2. A beautiful gargoyle? For real? I love him/her...he/she would look rather odd on my house, but look what a beauty it is on that stone wall! And the colors of spring are all there ready to pop out and cheer up a grouchy demeanor! Why, they are de-mean-ers!!!
    Wonderful shots...your camera is magic!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  3. How beautiful!!

    Thank you so much for the kind comment on my blog. I look forward to reading yours on a regular basis too!

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  4. Window boxes, the joy of the summer city scape, but none do them better than alpine villagers.

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  5. You are your city's best ambassador! I long to visit!

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  6. Vienna surely is a beautiful place. I hope one day to see it in person since I've visited it so often through your wonderful photos. Just lovely.

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  7. Merisi, your fine images surely enhance Vienna's beauty!

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  8. I love weeing windows but yours are divine Merisi!
    Windows into the soul...
    A visual poet.

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  9. Love the window boxes...and architecture...a feast for the eyes! Simply beautiful! ~Janine XO

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  10. I love that first photo! The window boxes are beautiful too. ~Lori

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  11. Love especially the sculpting in the wall at the Zittenhofer Gasse!
    Thanks for sharing, Merisi:)

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  12. the gargolye needs a flower in her mouth or an apple ;)

    www.thequietone.net

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  13. Even the "she-goyle" in the first image is impressed by the lovely blooms

    "Ooooo!" she exclaims!

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  14. Hi Merisi,

    I love the window box flowers!
    So pretty...

    BTW, I mentioned you in my Fashion blog this week...thank you for mentioning Valentino!

    K.

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  15. I bet you would like the window and balcony flower boxes in the French Quarter.

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  16. I love the Vienna you show us, Merisi, but I wonder...if you will excuse my asking...is there a poor district? If there is, and there must be...I am absolutely sure that you would find the beauty in it.

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  17. Everytime I stop by your blog, I almost have no words to express what I see , what I feel.
    Vienna seems so magic , so beautiful and everytime it is so sunny ...I may come to live in Vienna

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  18. The first photo really caught my eye with the detailed work in the stone. The flowers are lovely.

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  19. I love Europe for all the beautiful window flower boxes. I think they are soooooo pretty!

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