Saturday, 4 August 2012

Viennese Farmers Market in Shades of Orange
Yppen Square on Saturday Morning













Yppen Platz Farmers' Market
Saturday morning,
August 1, 2009,
Brunnenmarkt
16th District
© by Merisi
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A wonderful weekend to all of you,
Merisi

38 comments:

  1. Love your shades of orange pictures Merisi. Yesterday we did green:)

    Thank you for visiting our blog and for your comment, see you again soon.

    I have joined here to follow your journey. Have a great weekend. Paul

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    1. Welcome, and thank you, Paul!

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  2. Cate and I think your photos today are particularly beautiful

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  3. A beautiful combination of shades. The market stalls look so pretty with both fruit and flowers together.

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    1. It is such an uplifting way to shop on Saturday mornings.

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  4. Looking peachy.
    I think, I've seen the gentleman in the blue overalls before - great shot.

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    1. Who knows where he shows up next, in Warsaw? ;-)

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  5. Fine images of the market!

    «Louis» thanks you for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

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    1. Thank you, you are welcome!

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  6. I loved Vienna and Austria when we visited in May!!
    Thanks so much for dropping by and visiting Junkboat Travels.

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    1. So glad you had a good stay here! :-)

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  7. I do love farmers markets and yours look terrific! Great captures for the day, Merisi, as always! Beautiful, colorful flowers, delicious fruit and what a cute little one in her flowered dress! Delightful post for the day!! Enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thank you and a wonderful weekend to you too! :-)

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  8. Beautiful!! I love all the gorgeous, rich colors and am adding one of my own, because I'm green with envy! :-) Flowers, fresh fruit and sunshine, what a recipe for a perfect day! I adore the composition of the second photo, and doesn't that little girl's snazzy dress not only fit right in with the flowers and produce, but also make a perfect backdrop for that beautiful rose?! I enjoyed the photos behind the photos also - just superb!!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words!

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  9. Your photos are all wonderful. The color is quite extraordinary. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Thank you, Mary,
      and a wonderful weekend to you!

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  10. It's too bad there isn't an easy connection: I would fly up there next week...

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    1. Firenze is quite convenient! ;-)

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  11. Wonderful warm and summery colors. The fabric on the little one's dress is darling.

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  12. Came here from Elizabeth's (of New York fame) blog. Absolutely love your blog and your city. I'm going to be a follower, and will be hoping that someday I will be able to be in Vienna, to see it all with my own eyes, in front of me!

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  13. Welcome and to many happy returns! :-)

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  14. Loved them then...love them now! So cheerful!

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  15. My favourite is the second capture, with the flowers in front of the apples!!! I love it!!

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    1. Judy,
      those are apricots, special ones from the Wachau, the Danube valley known for its beauty and micro climate, Veltliner wine and Rose Apricots.

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  16. All so lovely. Fabulous collection. You've done it again.

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    1. Thank you, Martha! Are you ever going to the farmers markets?

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  17. Wonderful impressions!

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  18. Gorgeous colors of summer!

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  19. I appreciate them all, but I think I like your flower posts the best. Or maybe coffee. Or dessert. Or architecture. Never mind. All.
    LL

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  20. In catching up with lots of your posts I eventually landed on the photo of the beautiful rose, the prettiest bush I have in my garden.

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