Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Coffee, Anyone?


Pink Zinnia

Frothy
Cappuccino

Quiet Refuge

13 January 2010
© by Merisi 2010


17 comments:

  1. breathe-taking photos,
    what lovely post.

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  2. I wonder where that zinnia grew -- surely not in Vienna in January. It color is wonderful.

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  3. A sip or two for me, since I'm not much of a coffee drinker. I will enjoy the company and the scenery. ;-)

    Paz

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  4. that coffee looks mighty good at this moment. i have a glass of water and a half eaten apple on my desk :)

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  5. Happy New Year Merisi! I raise a toast to you, for sharing the worlds most luscious coffee photographs here on your site!!

    xox
    Constance

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  6. lovely simple fleur..and l like the patterns of chair backs..clever!.

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  7. ooohhhh...

    aahhhhhh...


    :-)

    {{ well, what else
    would you have me say? }}

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  8. Looking positively springy here...
    :O

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  9. I love your coffee posts, Merisi.

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  10. Is Vienna just as lovely, clean and fresh as you make it look?

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  11. Thank you all for taking the time to comment,
    I appreciate each and every one! :-)

    Vicki Lane,
    the flowers for the New Year's Day concert of the Vienna Philharmonic come from the San Remo in Italy. Maybe that Zinnia too? It is too cold for zinnias. All that's blooming are a few surviving lavender flowers and winter jasmine.

    Willow,
    I photograph what I encounter. Yes, I dare say Vienna is a clean city, lovely then is in the eye of the beholder, but I think it is, definitely. I always hear people rave about Paris: i have never been there, but from what I have read I feel no need to go there. Vienna may not be as grand as the City of Light, but I am very pleased with what I got here.
    The pictures, btw, were not taken in Vienna, but in the capital of the surrounding State, at a university cafeteria. Certainly the most cheerful one I have been to. The coffee was Euro1.50 and very good!

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  12. Andre Veloux14 January, 2010

    Hello from New Jersey! Great to see some decent coffee, the vast majority of American coffee is not good, though I am getting by on the odd quality espresso and capuccino.

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  13. Andre,
    welcome to the East Coast! :-)

    Should you ever get down to Washington DC, I shall give you a few names of good coffee places.

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  14. Andre Veloux14 January, 2010

    Thanks, I'm sure we will visit some time.

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  15. Oh I'll have a cup and one of those pretty flowers too!

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