Julius Meinl Café
Am Graben 19
Gustav Klimt's last atelier
13th District, Feldmühlgasse
Restaurant "Die Wienerin"
In the Night Kitchen
7th District, Museumsquartier
Zum Schwarzen Kameel
To me, it is the seeds of the sunflower that are most important. They make excellent bait to attract birds to catch for ringing.ReplyDelete
I LOVE sunflowers!ReplyDelete
What lovely sunflowers you have !! My favourites. :)ReplyDelete
Merisi, thanks for your comments. Good to read them. One of the reasons I have so much to blog is that I take my camera everywhere. It is the photos that I find the most time consuming as Google can be very slow in uploading from my software at times.
I love sunflowers :) You captured them so well.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment on my visit to Bergen. I too would like to jump into a cool fjord today as it is still a bit "warm" here.
Funny! There were sunflowers in the NYTimes style section too today.ReplyDelete
It's that time of year I guess...
Absolutely gorgeous photos. Sunflowers always remind me of one of my favorite movies, Dr. Zhivago. In one scene, the beautiful Julie Christie is acting as a nurse on the battlefield while she and Omar Shariff are talking in one of the hospital scenes -- an enormous bouquet of sunflowers are in a vase in the foreground.ReplyDelete
Julie Christie.....Mmmmmm, mention of her has made my day. Dr Zhivago is my favourite movie.ReplyDelete
Great blog, lovely pictures, I want to go to Vienna right away!ReplyDelete
Ever the scientist at work. ;-)
They were my sister's favorite flower.
They seem to be many people's favorites. I love sunflower fields.
Thank you, Barbara.
I'll leave a note on your blog regarding the photos. ;-)
You are welcome!:-)
I read the NYTimes, but never the Style section (online, that is *g*). I shall have a look today! :-)
Oh, yes, I remember that scene! My mother allowed me to watch the movie with her when I was a little girl. I cried so hard. :-)
I read the book later, which I love to this day. Have watched the movie several times since then.
Julie for you, Omar for me. ;-)
Gosh, I fell so hard at the time.
Vienna is quaint and small compared to many other cosmopolitan cities, but that's just the way I like it. Great for living and for visiting. ;-)
The sunflowers with the red brown petals in the center is so stiking, I have never seen that before. We have teddybear sunflowers here, the kind that are thick and fuzy yellow petals and not black centers.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos of sunflowers. Isn't the name so appropriate for them Seems you are still enjoying summer in Vienna.ReplyDelete
I so want to grow them! I wonder if it is hard.ReplyDelete
PS Thank you for your lovely note and beautiful pic, BTW.
I love your photos.ReplyDelete
I also love fields of sunflowers and the way they move around with the sun.
Sunflowers are one of my favourite flowers. How did I miss this posting merisi?ReplyDelete