of watching pedestrian traffic
on the morning of Monday,
10.51 to 10.53am,
looking up Bleichergasse
towards the Vienna Volksoper,
You can enlarge the pictures
with the click of your mouse,
to better see what I was up to.
A fascinating sequence of pictures! Is that a cockroach sitting on the wall just above the Bleichergasse street sign? I love those Viennese street signs.ReplyDelete
Love it ! Very amusing, and with superb high definition.I wish that was my balcony (a perfect place for a cigar and a view).ReplyDelete
The smaller and thinner a person, the quicker the commute there! These are great. I love that last balcony.ReplyDelete
I don't know what you were up to, but thank you so much for allowing the photos to enlarge. And I so love that little balcony.ReplyDelete
Such a different feeling... This rush hour, and the quiet past photos. :-)
I wonder if I printed them out and flipped them fast, have I made the First Merisi Movie and would I get an award or go to jail for Movie Theft??? Whatcha think?ReplyDelete
Vas ist das?ReplyDelete
Dieses Foto ist...? ? ?
Love it!! It would make a great flip movie as Sandi McBride said. I love the way your pictures always tell a story.ReplyDelete
inspiring, sugar! what a wonderful way to "experience" vienna! xoxoReplyDelete
:-)Ahh Merisi. :-)ReplyDelete
It's interesting how I cannot tell what kind of weather you're having from that series of pictures. Some people have on heavy coats while some are in T-Shirts and light sweaters. All in the space of 2 minutes!
I really love that balcony too.
Hi Merisi, My first visit here. I come from Elizabeth's blog. What a beautiful building on the pictures. I first thought they are spot the difference ones and there is a lot of different traffic. Very busy. Beutiful blog!!ReplyDelete
"When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed into a fly, sunning himself on the wall above the Bleichergasse street sign in the Alsergrund district of 2008 Vienna." (If only Kafka had lived that long!)
Ganz Wien ist ein Theater, don't you agree?
Btw, I would be a bit concerned about being so exposed up there, at the balcony. Better not taunt Isolde too much! ;-)
I left the images open to be enlarged in order to better illustrate my point: All these people crossing from shadow to lights within such a short time frame. ;-)
Dear mystery Kommentare:ReplyDelete
I know. A bit challenging. *giggle*
I agree. 100%
Would love that! ;-0
It is my visual diary, that's why. ;-)
I think the ones with the heavier coats got up way too early to realize that the temperatures were going to soar later in the morning. ;-)
Welcome and thank you! :-)
The lady with the red pants must have changed her mind.ReplyDelete