A forgotten boat
in one of the canals leading
through the reed beds to the lake proper.
One of the many wine cellars
in the neighboring village of Oggau
Down by the
A duck checking the waters
Everbody heading for a swim
(sliding down the ramp!)
Electroboats at the pier
Courtyard in Rust
Farmstead turned restaurant
Rust am See
Town of Rust on Lake Neusiedl
40 minutes south of Vienna
Burgenland Province, Austria
Enjoying the lake
(and checking the water's drinking quality)
For more information
about this beautiful lake
and its surroundings,
("Lake Neusiedl", click here).
Click here for photos
from my past excursions
to the lake.
Oh this town is just lovely. I wish I could hop on a plane and be there for this weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Love the ducks. [They look so much like Canadian ones.]ReplyDelete
The swans. The symmetry. The elegance.
Like croissants, with wings.
YOUR CAMERA OWNS THE BEST EYE!
Wonderful photos, I especially like no 1 but the whole series is good to look at!ReplyDelete
Ah! Look at all your sun-drenched photos! Love all the roses and dog-walking, but especially the row-of-swans!ReplyDelete
It *did* get sunny here again today, but it is definitely fallish - cool, crisp and chilly if in the shade.
I'm trying to enjoy and absorb every second of sun we get - it will be gone for the winter soon...
That's WAM by the -keller door.ReplyDelete
It looks like he's being used as a doorstop.
Such delicious photos - thanks for the lovely stroll!ReplyDelete
there are a thousands sights like that.
Wouldn't that be lovely?
Thank you, thank you! :-)
A very fast eye, I'd say. ;-)
Tara, fall is here also in the air. The nights are getting very cool (yesterday morning I returned with really cold hands from my early morning walk with Max). The wonderful part of the autumn sun rays is that one can actually enjoy sitting in the sun for a while. I cannot imagine to live through fall and winter with the sun gone for most of the time, I have been living in southern climates most of my life.
What were they thinking, creating a doorstop with the likeness of WAM? This wine cellar belongs to a Mozart fan club, so to speak, with an interesting sense of humor. ;-)
You are very welcome!
Oh, I definitely forgive them. :))ReplyDelete
Wine and Mozart make perfect companions.
Every time they open or close the cellar door they are reminded of him.
I can tell you that I have a photograph of Beethoven upstairs, stuck on the wall at the back of what used to be the fireplace, the heart of the house - he is my house god.