Love the little fairy on the first photo.P.S. On behalf of Grzegorz, thank you for the birthday greetings. Did you find any good cream cheese to make icing with? They do have Philadelphia in Poland, but it seems different (less solid) than in Canada.
Wunderschöne Impressionen! Der Herbst ist schon in der Luft ;-)
The copper (?) sprite on the trellis is the perfect topping for this garden scene. It appears that your leaves are beginning to show signs of autumn... lovely!Bises,Genie
It's nice to see the sun shining in Vienna; it's grey skies and heavy winds here in East Anglia.And we certainly don't have those lovely cherubs on our roof tops either.
What a gorgeous day you had! We had a couple of days like this at the end of last week, out of nowhere, before torrential rains on Sunday and now being plunged back into grey chill. Vienna looks glorious.
Great angle on that top photo. The "being" looks like he's on fire.
Zosia,the local Billa and Spar chains have organic Frischkäse which works fine. Svet,the light has changed, I love it.Ellee,wished I could push some blue sky in your direction!Karen,I hope the weather changes and blue skies stretch all the way to England!Charles Gramlich,I leaned out my window to catch the morning light setting the fairy with the bird in its hand on fire.
So many beautiful things when we just look up, eh? Lovely.
A Brush with Color,it is amazing how different the same view presents itself at various times of the day, the month, the year. I often rush to a window because I notice a change of light from the corner of my eye. There are moments that are so fleeting, and they would not return ever, even if waiting a lifetime. Probably the main reason why I had to become a photographer. ;-)
Vienna is so angelic!Too pretty
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