Sunday, 22 July 2012

The Awakening
Morning in the City


Vienna Rising
Window reflections
Herrengasse

St. Michael's Wing
of the Imperial Palace
Verdigris dome and parapet figures
and Palais Herberstein
Michaelerplatz and Herrengasse


Photographed 21 July 2012
Images and Text © by Merisi
50 mm lens

22 comments:

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    1. Merci, Carol! :-)


      Speaking of mysteries: my blogroll disappeared overnight.
      I have not touched a thing. :-(

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  2. Thanks for showing me your world. Without bloggers like you I would never get to see such lovely sights.

    I am extremely far behind on my visits and thank you for popping in to visit at my blog over the last couple of months.

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  3. How amazing, what a talent you are, just beautiful~

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  4. Good Morning.
    The reflection shot is genius. Brava my friend!
    Verdigris and blue sky colors are fabulous too...
    LL

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    1. Early morning light often hits the magical here.
      Thank you! :-)

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  5. Merisi, this photograph has a mysterious dreamlike quality that summons many meanings. Beautiful surrealism.

    Your artistry is dazzling. xo

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    1. Thank you!
      I was myself still half asleep. ;-)

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  6. Fascinating images, perfect title!

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  7. The oracle saw the dome of the Imperial Palace in her vision and then it became true.

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  8. Superb, wonderful captures, Merisi, and I, too, love the mysterious and dreamlike quality! You are very artistic! Hope you've had a good weekend!

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  9. Oh, that green against the blue!!! Delicious.

    P.S. Come by my place, I got a facelift! *wink*

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  10. I'm pretty sure that in a past life I lived in an imperial palace. I believe I was the guy who emptied the chamber pots.

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  11. I honestly thought that the first photo was an artist's watercolor - stunning and a great capture!

    Bises,
    Genie

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    1. Reflections can be quite deceiving! ;-)

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  12. Des photos très raffinées.
    (J'espère que vous avez réussi à ouvrir les miennes, je ne peux pas expliquer pourquoi elles n'étaient pas visibles: peut-être seulement étaient-elles lentes à se dérouler)

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