White Roses in the Morning Sun
The Vienna River
Rudolf von Alt Monument
Beethoven Lived Upstairs
Procacci Vino e Cucina
In the mood for a more extensive stroll
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So elegant and enticing.A wonderful invitation to stroll through your beautiful city.ReplyDelete
Such cakes in your previous post.
We are still euphoric and wild with joy here in the US - though, of course, there are great challenges ahead.
Have a peaceful and excellent weekend.
Elizabeth (above) sent me your way and I'm so glad. What deliciously beautiful photos. I'll be back!ReplyDelete
I really love this series of early morning pictures. Each one seems to bring a nostalgic emotion in me. Not sure why. I love the restaurant chairs and tables in the first light. Great perspective.ReplyDelete
The shadow on the statue and Beethoven's open window. Stunning Merisi.
Thank you so much for your kind comment. For the most of the time I use a Sigma 18-200mm lens.ReplyDelete
I like the sidewalk tables and chairs, too. The light plays with the subjects to make it almost look like a black and white photo. And it's very geometrical. Lots of quadralaterals.....there's the math eye again....I'm kinda drawn to linear objects. How early in the morning were these photos taken? Happy Friday, Merisi!ReplyDelete
Yes, nice photos...
There's something very touching about old fashioned white roses. So nice. Your pictures always make me sigh. Sigh.ReplyDelete
These are wonderful shots, as always. The dessert shot below makes me very, very hungry.ReplyDelete
I like the Early Bird as I am never the early bird...ReplyDelete
Beautiful white roses!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I can see that your city and your camera are having quite the love affair. Nice to know they look good to one another in the early morning. ;)ReplyDelete
Lovely scenes, as usual. I love that rose and I'd love to be an early bird sitting at the cafe. ;-)ReplyDelete
What a great place to begin my Saturday morning! I'll be happy all day. Thanks Merisi.ReplyDelete
this ws a beautiful morning ....ReplyDelete
I love the sunlight shimmering on the Wien.ReplyDelete
How many roses do you still have blooming in November?ReplyDelete
You know what I always loved best about Europe, in comparison to the U.S.? The windows. Europe has better windows, as seen here...ReplyDelete