Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Gustav Klimt's Neighborhood
I spied his Ghost!


August's Roses burning bright
in the early morning light


Elderberries,
for the birds?


Almost Gogolian scene, billboard leaning
against fence, cheeky weeds pushing to the fore


More weeds in residence,
unperturbed by Klimt next door


And then, right there,
I spied Klimt's ghost!

Photographed this morning
in Klimt's neighborhood
I spied the ghost in the window
of the building were Gustav Klimt's
last studio was located, at Feldmühlgasse 11
13th District, Hietzing
Images and Text © by Merisi

17 comments:

  1. Großartig :o))
    GGLG Traude

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  2. Spooky :). Klimt was a talented painter, I think. I like his flat attractive designs.

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  3. You certainly tuned in to Klimt. Well done. Enjoy your holiday.

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  4. A little spooky there, Ms Merisi. As a Klimt fan, I would love to think that you did spy with your fabulous eye, the ghost of that fine artist.

    I know for sure that you have shared some very poetic images with us.

    xo

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  5. What a wonderful, delightful post for the day, Merisi, as always!! I love your "ghost shots" of Klimt!! He was a talented painter indeed! Thank your for a delightful post -- as always! Hope your week is going well!

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  6. Well captured artistic shots.

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  7. The weeds will not be stopped. inspiration for Day of the Triffids perhaps.

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  8. I like very much your roses! !!
    I am very late to see your blog but I do it!!!!
    See you soon!
    A good evenning

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  9. Very nice artistic shots, Merisi!

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  10. Wonderful collection and such a great order that leads us to 'the ghost'.

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  11. Oh you did! You really did...I am breathless
    Sandi

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  12. sooo good to be back and gazing at your images, uplifting as always..
    thank goodness this hasnt changed...
    hope you are well
    saz x

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  13. Too funny! Love the flowers and plants.

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  14. Beautifully intriguing, each of these photographs!

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  15. I can feel the heath through the light in your images. Lovely and spooky post :-)

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  16. Very smart ghost who is interested to become in image....sandstone tiles

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