Have you already been to the new cupcakes shop?
What a marvelous doorway! I want to stand inside there and watch the shadows slide away with the sun.
Vreni,I walked in yesterday and got a cupcake for my daughter, but had no time to linger. They now have savory ones too! Sara,I love moments like that, a glimpse of an interior world usually closed off from the outside.
Oh I never heard them called Willow Catkins before, I like that and I would enjoy a bouquet, in fact, I would enjoy a whole tree, and I should take a cupcake as well;)
I loved the catkins and the cupcake. Your photos are really wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary
I like the doorway and the shadow, just lovely :-)
The detail on the window (turquoise and gold decorations) is stunning. The little, "chinese food take out", box for a single cupcake - again stunning attention to detail.I don't think the devil is in the details. I think beauty and happiness is in the details :-).
cupcakes in Vienna too?on my...someone should make a movie about this Contagion!love yr open doorway pic bien sur
Mary Howell Cromer,may be a result of my mongrel language history. At times I translate something from another language without being really aware of, until it is too late. Weidenkätzchen, willow pussy cats, may have played a role in that one. ;-)Thank you, Mary! :-)Zosia,beauty IS in the details, I could not agree more! :-)Eugenia,thank you, made me happy to capture it! ;-)Paris Breakfasts:Carol, for some time now! :-)11 MARCH, 2012 Mary said...I loved the catkins and the cupcake. Your photos are really wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary12 MARCH, 2012 Eugenia said...I like the doorway and the shadow, just lovely :-)12 MARCH, 2012 Zosia said...The detail on the window (turquoise and gold decorations) is stunning. The little, "chinese food take out", box for a single cupcake - again stunning attention to detail.I don't think the devil is in the details. I think beauty and happiness is in the details :-).12 MARCH, 2012 ParisBreakfasts said...cupcakes in Vienna too?on my...someone should make a movie about this Contagion!love yr open doorway pic bien sur12 MARCH, 2012 POST A COMMENTSubscribe to Post Comments [Atom]<< HomeABOUT MEMERISIVIENNA, AUSTRIAI seek to capture the beauty that is present in every day, and there is inevitably so much more than I could ever expect to grasp. National Geographic Traveler: This regularly updated photo blog offers 'virtual postcards from Vienna.' Each entry features a collection of photos from Merisi's excursions around town. This is a great place to start if you are looking for some local perspective. Turisti per Caso: Un comodissimo photo blog che si propone di illustrare Vienna “ai principianti” attraverso una serie sempre aggiornata di cartoline virtuali. La mano dietro la macchina è eccellente, il gusto anche. Godetevi il panorama. Merisi's Vienna was selectedBlog of Note in February 2009All photography and writing© 2005-2012 by Merisiunless indicated otherwise.All rights reserved. .VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILEPREVIOUS POSTSRed in MarchViennese MomentsLiving the Good LifeViennese MomentsWalking towards the Ides of MarchViennese MomentsLetter to SpringMarch is here!Sleeping BeautyThe Big PictureDreams of SpringViennese MomentsI have got the AnswerThe Remains of a Rainy DayCutting Floor ElegyAgainst the Dearthof Monday PoemsDreaming of Venez...Are you readyto face Monday?Merisi ViennaSubscribe toPosts [Atom]
ahh, the light is fabulous!LL
Since when are there cupcakes in Vienna?
Michelle,about three years ago. This was the first cupcake store in Vienna. There are more now. ;-)
Blogger seems to be completely out of order!I had to jump through all sorts of loops and hoops to publish a new post today, therefore this republished one. Is Blogger acting up also in your part of the world?
Willow Catkins, what a delightful name, had never heard them called that before. These are so sweet, each one~
Mary, do you know them as pussy willow?
Lovely to have the light back, isn't it? We, on the other hand, have had light snow for two days...Blogger has been okay for me.
I had been cooped up in the house, for over a week, and took a walk near the Danube today. I think I caught a bit too much sun. ;-)
Seeing "Willow Catkins" gives me faith that spring isn't too far off.
Willow Catkins are such a welcome sight, after a long dark winter!
Thank you, I appreciate your comment!