it would be nice to be on that lake in a small wooden boat
This pictures is both inspiration and motivation. I hope to return there soon.
A perfect postcard.A perfect cd cover.A perfect poster.A perfect blog photo.A perfect photographer :-)
You take the most amazing photos. I could sit and look and dream all day and most days I DO!!!! I used to complain to my kids for being on the computet all the time and now I SIT on the computer all day. You take me to another world, thank you. Vida in Australia X x x
I had a dream about Vienna, no doubt prompted by the inane American president referring to Australia as "Austria." Whenever I visit your site, I am struck by the beauty of your surroundings and I want to get on a plane!
Ach! My ancestral home!Danke, danke und Vielen dank, meine Freundin!
Lake Wolfgang - Austria certainly protects its countryside - or maybe it doesn't have to; Austrians just respect it.Was this lake always called Lake W - or has the name something to do with WAM (as we call him here)?
What a beautiful image! The lake looks so serene and inviting. I would love to visit Austria one day. My Grandmother was born there and we have a few drops of Austrian blood in my family.
Both the lake and WAM were named after the German saint, St. Wolfgang.
incurable insomniac, Thank you for your explanation.:))We are very fond of WAM. And Beethoven. Oh, all of them.You might be interested to know that the music critic of Time Out London refers to Beethoven (which he does often since B-hoven is played a lot in London) as 'The Bonn Bombshell'. It always causes me to smile.
Oh my...what a lovely spot...I want to go there :o)
Very, very nice. I want to be there, too. ;-)Paz
I am so sorry,I erred when I named the lake on my original post. It is actually Mondsee, the "Moon Lake".I apologize for the confusion.
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