The Pope was here!
Alright, but not enough color for a grey day!
A little bit of blue?
Three different shades of blue!
Makes me feel like I am in heaven ...
Orange you dancing yet?
Kameel Pâtisserie, Bognergasse
To the point, on a golden platter!
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in Vienna's First District
between the hours
of 7.00 and 8.00 am.
You are so clever the way you team things up, especially the spotty ones!ReplyDelete
Loved those glass bottles.
I love all the colors.ReplyDelete
I've been away almost all summer ... good to be back and catch up with all your lovely photos. I love the color.ReplyDelete
lol :) Such fun so early in the morning! :) I loooooooove Blue. I adore colour! I don't think I could exist in a world without colour.ReplyDelete
I love those vases and those little polka dotted cakes are so cute :)
Thank you. :-)
Isn't it funny how things are "there" if you start looking for them?
They are such a rioteous, wild bunch of colors, yet so harmoniously gathering, aren't they?
Thank you and welcome back, Becca! So good to see you again. :-)
Yes, those colors really made me ready to take on the day, and the blues were lovely.
Isn't it amazing that the pillow and the little cakes share the same distinctive color dots? ;-)
You see the world in such a special way. Because I'm a composer, I hear the world. I would never have noticed the three blues, for instance. But I think the way you see and the way I hear must be very much alike.ReplyDelete
You are truly a special soul, Merisi. You show me a Vienna that I've never noticed, and when I return I'll be more aware of things that I've missed in the past.
I can never, never, never get enough of the blues.ReplyDelete
Just catching up Love the spotty cakes! Hope you are well We are enjoying late summer sunshine here this week. Better late than never!
This cake is so funny, Merisi!ReplyDelete
Hey, this cake tastes like a pillow!ReplyDelete
Those vases look perfect!
I found you from my sister's blog. http://angiebeth.blogspot.com/ She posted a link to you a long time ago, anyhow, I love to come to your blog. I really enjoy seeing the photos and seeing how you link all the colors together throughout your photos.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the spotted cake toooooo.ReplyDelete
Thank you, what you say about my photography is a truly special compliment. I am looking forward to the days when you will be able to see for yourself what treasures this city lays right before our eyes, way beyond what is written about.
Well, there are blues and then there are the Blues. I like to pamper both at times. ;-)
I still need to find out how the cake got the spots. ;-) Glad you can enjoy late summer sunshine at last!
Yes, it's true, it put a smile on my face too. Imagine then, finding that pillow only a few steps away. ;-)
Brian in Oxford:
Are you sure you did cut a slice of the cake? Or are there eitherdowns flying all over your kitchen? ;-)
I was tempted to name that post "Colour Me Pretty!".
I walked by those vases yesterday and the chartreuse one was whispering something. And all of sudden my vallet crept into the deepest pocket of my purse. ;-)
Welcome, Melissa, thank you.
I think we need to opt for the large version, too many golosi to share that tiny version.
I am thinking of doing a spotted version of the birthday cake, for whoever is next in line in my family (please, dear Sweet Kameel, it will not look as good as yours, so don't worry).
Clever post, polka dotted with color and whimsy.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Corey! :-)ReplyDelete
It was a special early morning walk (thanks to Max, my dachshund, who insisted on getting up at six am *g*).
I can not believe it the pillow and the desert match perfectly with it ..I love the ideasReplyDelete