Offices of "Der Standard" Newspaper
Where is she heading?
Zum Schwarzen Kameel
Savour the best crawfish tramezzino
In the whole wide world,
Enjoy it with a glass of Gelben Muskateller,
While pink tulips herald spring!
Schanigärten Are back!
H & M Store
Kaufhaus E. Braun & Co Building
Outdoor tables and chairs are set up
once again all over Vienna,
Signalling the return of spring.
Entrance to the
"Bitte Hunde an die Leine"
"Please keep dogs on a leash"
Talk about "Keeping dogs on leashes"!ReplyDelete
Your Maxie is over at
PB munching on chocolates. Or about to...
More sumptuous images from one who finds the art in living. Thes are great and inviting.ReplyDelete
i love the red coat she wearing, sugar! in hope of spring...great pics!ReplyDelete
I think she's off to the bridge club!ReplyDelete
(You can have ice-cream for morning tea, afternoon tea, directly after lunch or dinner but it is a rule!:- ice-cream as a "meal" is not allowed!!)
I see, my Maxie's once again smelling the chocolates, one of his favorite pastimes. He will at most lick them, so don't worry, please. ;-)
"Finding the art in living,"
how wonderful, the way you phrased that. I'll have to think about that. Thank you. ;-)
Oftentimes I wished I had more time to chronicle the things and people around me, it's amazing how simple ordinary things can turn out to be anything but mundane.
So good to see you! :-)
I have photographed that wonderful entry way many times, but yesterday that lady with her beautiful coat caught my attention as she was approaching, I had to get her right at that precise spot. ;-)
The bridge club, right, and at lightning speed at that! :-)
(May I confess that I did not eat any gelato while in Venice?)
I'm just fascinated with all the architectural detail there!ReplyDelete
Loved the well-read Gondolieri.ReplyDelete
Lovely harbingers of spring, those cafe tables and the pink tulips. Beautiful transitions. Splendid combinations. Seasons gracefully playing an intertwining overlap. I love the light you've captured and that woman in the red coat. I wonder who she is? I like her for having bought and worn that coat. It makes me happy to know she was there in front of that huge blue door.ReplyDelete
I am ready for tulips I do believe.
All best, Jan
(If you are up to sharing the Basil Pecan recipe...it might give our Bourbon Balls a run for the money next Christmas. :) )
stunning Photographs...With your blog I am beginning my virtual tour to vienna..:)ReplyDelete
All over the northern hemisphere blogosphere, there are signs of awakening and quickening as spring advances. I love those tables, just waiting to filled by patrons.ReplyDelete
A delightful selection, as ever.ReplyDelete
Yes, those tables must be a welcome sight to see. Spring, was it really only a year ago?
Oh yes, there's a jungle of details out there. ;-)
So did I, thank you! :-)
JANICE C CARTIER:
It was the Blue Hour, my favorite.
The appearance of the lady was sheer serendipity, I still carried the memory of the color of the tulips, she seemed to carry spring in her steps.
You are welcome, enjoy!
ABSOLUTE VANILLA & ATYLLAH:
I am sure those tables are filled right now, the sun's out!
I somehow feel cheated, we had no real snow to speak of. ;-)
Hello Merisi, you never stop collecting marvels!!Palais Batthyány-Strattmann looks like the beginning of a fantastic novel!ReplyDelete
Such wonderful photos, and so exquisite a showing of your fair city. Vienna is being added to my vacation dream list.ReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by my place. When you said you had come from David's I popped over to check his out. That was when I found out I'd made the day's list. Thank you for the wonderful morning wake up call. What a great way to start my day, lovely photos and a friendly award.
Peace! Hope! & Joy!
Called in to thank you for your comment on mine and to say I enjoyed the innovative headline post. It's given me one or two ideas!ReplyDelete
or a veritable fairy tale! ;-)
you are welcome!
JULIE AT VIRTUAL VOYAGE,
please let me know when you have worked them out!