Summer storm clouds
threatening over Michaelerplatz
St. Michael's Gate
St. Michael's Church
Down came the rain
St. Michael's Wing of the Imperial Winter Palace
And horse and carriage got wet
Baby carriage also
Attempting a quick escape?
There's the sun shining,
Right around the corner!
Sun in the back?
Another daring escape
Sign of the times
I'm coming back some day, come what may
To Blue Bayou
Giving waiting at the B
A whole new meaning
(in the Alfred Loos building)
that the pants stay dry?
More quick escapes ...
.. and ...
Singing in the rain
Oh, can you see?
Rain Fashion Parade
Out comes the sun ...
Love the pictures and commentary Was it refreshing to have some rain? We are finally getting some sun here in Uk.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Mary, I am glad you finally got the sun back!ReplyDelete
Yes, the downpour was very refreshing, especially when you wore a linen dress like me and were soaked to the bone. I felt like a wet mouse. The sun came back in full force, and I was dry in now time, though. :-)
Beautiful photo essay, Merisi,ReplyDelete
The first two shots are my favourites.
Looks like we have exchanged weathers...ReplyDelete
Blue Bayou!! My favourite Orbison song!
I love the way you use the sun's reflection on the wet cobblestones.
Oh Merisi that rain looks so cool and refreshing. I wish you would send some of that our way!ReplyDelete
It's hot here in southern Norway today...the sight of this rain gives cooling thoughts at least! ;o)ReplyDelete
I love the intricate work in the gate in the first photo. It's bloody hot here, how nice to see the rain!!ReplyDelete
I HATE RAINING .I PREFER THE POST OF YESTERDAY ..ReplyDelete
Honestly I gasp with delight every time I come to your site Maria!!!ReplyDelete
Hey what fantastic photos. The roads look very slippery for those cyclists.ReplyDelete
Re Simon's blog. Do tell about the time you were in the middle!
Did you really go sledding on dunghills?!ReplyDelete
Oh we had a sudden rainfall, too. I have posted a photo of the clouds gathering above the gulf. The temperature dropped from 35C to 15C in a matter of less than an hour. Love summer storms, especially when I can take refuge at a nearby cafe!ReplyDelete
Wonderful photo essay!ReplyDelete