Monday, 19 May 2014

Around St. Michael's Church
Viennese Moments


The Steeple
St. Michael's Church


St. Michael's Church
Courtyard


Tree Trunk Leaning In
St. Michael's Courtyard

Photographed 24 April 2014
Images and Text © by Merisi

28 comments:

  1. Schöne Fotos. Hier, in Bratislava, haben wir auch die Kirche von st. Michael :-)

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    1. Archangel Michael's quite popular! ;-)

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  2. Wunderschöne Fotos! Das letzte gefällt mir besonders gut. Du bringst immer so schöne Details zum Vorschein!

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    1. Dankeschön! :-)
      All that pulchritude in Vienna makes it almost impossible at times to concentrate on the details.

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  3. Wonderful captures for the day as always, Merisi! Hope you've had a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you, darling Sylvia! :-)

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  4. Really great shots, that truly show the beauty of Vienna.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. Looks like a steeple made of porceloin

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    1. One of the many luminous sights in Vienna that changes appearance throughout the day.

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  6. Merisi..I was so happy to see your comment. You have been blogging for so long! You present such a calming break with your photos and I see this is your blog that I need to mark in my reader... so happy to see you..Michelle

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    1. You are welcome, Michelle! :-)
      It feels surreal, thinking how long I have been living and blogging from Vienna. I still feel as if I arrived only yesterday, still a beginner, indeed.

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  7. I just came across your lovely blog. I am going to be moving to Vienna in the beginning of september, so I find your posts (especially the ones about food :)) completely fascinating. I will subscribe to your posts.
    *kisses* H

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    1. Welcome, H!
      I moved here and did not expect to fall so madly for this city, but fall I did.
      Wishing you the same and more,
      Merisi

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  8. Merisi, there is so much poetry here.

    (I have some Park Avenue tulips for you over at my place.) xo

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    1. Thank you, Frances!
      I'll head over to your Park Avene asap. ;-)

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  9. That first shot is fantastic, brava, brava, brava, Merisi!

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  10. A trio of beautiful images. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you, Lynette,
      so lovely to see you around! :-)

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    2. Walking by Frauenhuber I always think of you and Steph.

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  11. That green door is particularly eye catching, Merisi!

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    1. That small courtyard is a gem to behold. I think I could spend a year in there, and finding something new to capture each and every day.

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  12. A beautiful Church. Every image is excellent.
    I like you May rainy days too. we get rain here too--lots of it. MB

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    1. Thank you, Mb! :-)
      I hope the sun's out and the sky as blue in your parts of the world as it is in ours,
      cheers,
      Merisi

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  13. The top photo is spectacular, Merisi! It just grabbed me the instant I opened your page.

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    1. As I said before, that courtyard is a gem to behold!

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