Saturday, 5 October 2013

Of Viennese Dogs and Bikes
and whatever else roams the Streets


Antler Chandelier
with accidental self-portrait
Palais Harrach


Brief Encounter
Bike and dog
Kärntner Straße
Images and Text © by Merisi

Link:
-> Antler Chandelier @ Christian L. Einwaller Interiors

31 comments:

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    1. Oh, it's gorgeous!
      I am sort of taking measurements every time I walk by - will my ceiling be high enough??? ;-)

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  2. Dog looks a bit like Buster. Fall greetings, dear Merisi!

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    1. I was sort of down on the pavement, taking aim at the bike, when the dog whisked by. ;-)
      Autumn greetings to you, too, Elizabeth!
      Hoping to get one more time to see Linda McCarthy's pictures before they leave town.

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  3. Merisi, I also love the antlers, but that dog's tail immediately reminded me of my friend Buster. Elizabeth said it before me!

    xo

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    1. Inspecting the bike, right in front of my lens (no zoom there). ;-)

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  5. Incredible chandelier! Cute pooch! (Psssst... come by my blog, I've got a photo post I think you'll like!)

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  6. The self-portrait, accidental or not, is very funny!

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    1. I had no idea my reflection was in there until I resized the picture. Took me a while to figure out how I was holding the camera. ;-)

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  7. Liebe Merisi, der Leuchter sieht ja spannend aus!
    Alles Liebe, Traude

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    1. Ja, würde ihn nicht ungern in mein Schloß hängen! *giggles*

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  8. I'm not really into antlers but that chandelier looks quite exotic.

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    1. Love your "I am not really into antlers"! ;-)

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  9. Of course I love the dog ;). When we travel out West, we sometimes see Elk antler chandeliers,and even saw a Christmas tree made out of them last year. The one that you shared, is really pretty~

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  10. I remember finding a small deer antler, bleached like the chandelier's,on an outing in the woods with my father. I hadn't thought of it since when I was a child, until I spotted that chandelier.

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  11. That's quite a light fitting!

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  12. That antler chandelier would be perfect in our living room. But I can't imagine having to dust it. Oh, well, never mind.

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  13. That is indeed a unique light fixture!! Terrific captures! Love the street scene! Hope you're enjoying your weekend, Merisi!!

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  14. Oh, Clayton Theodore would love the chandelier! When we lived in the US I would request polished elk antlers for him to gnaw from a friend in Wyoming; I'm certain he would be delighted to have so many chewies dangling above him here. :)

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  15. The self-portrait is so great :-) Love that chandelier!!

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  16. The self-portrait is so great :-) Love that chandelier!!

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  17. The chandelier is pretty cool but I don't want to think of how many beautiful animals had to die to make it.

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    1. Stags shed their antlers every winter. The antlers simply fall off.

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