Catching the first drops
Mozart at Michaelertor
Umbrella to the rescue!
Run, Viola Run!
Instrument saved, musician wet
Defying the Downpour
Fiaker Lantern at Michaelerplatz
Quick, Save the Violin!
All musicians getting wet
The Lantern Turning Reflective
While everybody else is seeking shelter
Heading Down Kohlmarkt
To the nearest refuge
High and Dry at Demel's
Eine kleine Kanne Tee?
A large pot of tea, anyone?
Ah, unser Freund im platz! He made it into our film and he doesn't even know. There are a couple of shots of him with both Lynette and myself.ReplyDelete
I love rain in Vienna, and I love ducking into a Beisl for goulasch to get out of it.
Have a happy Saturday Merisi!
:)such a beautiful series!ReplyDelete
Actually I'll take a lovely cup of cup of hot chocolate, thank you very much ;)ReplyDelete
The best way to avoid the downpour...a pot of tea.ReplyDelete
Great story telling Merisi.
Good thing he has an umbrella! Wouldn't want his bronze skin to melt! :)ReplyDelete
A lovely way (and place) to get out of the rain.ReplyDelete
Eileen (passions to pastry)
I almost feel I am there...I could feel the drops of rain on my face as I raced to hold the umbrella over the violin...I need that cuppa for sure!ReplyDelete
Yes, a nice a cup tea is very good for a rainy day. Love the statue guy.ReplyDelete
What a fun post and it looks like you are having the same weather as we are.ReplyDelete
How beautiful The Blue Danube looks in your photos. Have only seen it once and was surprised to see that it was brown!
I love the umbrella shots and the drops glistening on the shiny metallic surfaces.ReplyDelete
Yes, yes a large pot tea, thank you dear!ReplyDelete
I thought it was just Britain that was under continual rain!ReplyDelete