Friday, 29 June 2012

Midsummer Afternoon in Vienna


Mozart
lived here!
Domgasse 5

Looking Back
at Domgasse 5
Blutgasse

Courtyard
Only steps from
St. Stephen's Cathedral

Fig Tree
Franziskanerplatz

Kleines Café
on a Sunday afternoon
in Midsummer
Franziskanerplatz


Photographed 27 June 2010 - Repost
Images and Text © by Merisi

23 comments:

  1. Je viens prendre un petit café
    avec toi sur cette agréable terrasse ensoleillée......
    bises
    christyn

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  2. Is there anywhere in that city that doesn't evoke a sigh? I think not.

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  3. I can just feel the blazing heat by looking at your photos! Vienna in the summertime...what could possibly be better? Can't wait to return this summer!

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  4. I love the glimpses of everyday life in your part of the world. the narrow streets and sidewalk tables just draw me in.
    Beautiful Merisi.

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  5. Merisi, please borrow the Magic Flute from Mozart and play the tune that changes cold spring into pleasant summer :-).

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  6. Oh you had me fooled!
    you tease :O
    Gorgeous anyway, anyday

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  7. I love his music, so uplifting to the soul. Lovely home, wonder how many changes have been made to it since he was alive~

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  8. I love your city, she is wonderful ! (Merveilleusement belle)
    Nice week-end Merisi

    Nathanaëlle x

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    1. Wished I could "beam you here"! ;-)

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  10. These photos show beauty throughout your city!

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  11. Such beautiful buildings for you to see over there Merisi! Lucky you, and the day looks glorious. :)

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  12. Shatteringly gorgeous light!

    I think I see Constanza peeking out that window...

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    1. The light, yes, the light! :-)

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  13. Your blog is a top-drawer treat, a photographic feast. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you, Sandy, you are very generous! :-)

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  14. Thanks for sharing your charming post. I like the midday lighting.

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    1. You are welcome, Sue! :-)

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  15. I remeber quite well these places from a couple o visits in the 90s, but you just reminded me that it may be time to come back!

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    1. Definitely, VP, time to return to this fair city!
      From what I hear, it has changed a lot since then.

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