I'm going to graben your blumen and your caffe adn run away in my fiaker...ahem
I know l'm bad, but at work l check the blog, as you do!And half a dozen people are always gathered behind me in awe at your images....l so wish l lived in a place where the town was so classy and picturesque..or perhaps l should take my camera for a turn around the city to see if l can see anything that would pass as europeon style.
Happy Valentine's Day Merisi!These are fabulous photos, especially the last on!! Incredible!xoxConstance
A Happy Valentine's Day to you Merisi.Another perfectly charming post!
Gorgeous pictures as usual; I haven't visited in a while but am charmed every time.We celebrated Valentine's Day on Friday the 13th! It doesn't seem to have brought us bad luck, though.
I'm cracking up over Carol's comment! These are beautiful, Merisi! have a wonderful Valentine's Day!! I want one of those Fiakers too!!
.PARIS BREAKFAST,there won't be much coffee left in the cuppa if you keep skipping over those cobble stones! ;-)
.FFF(sorry, but I can bring myself to write out your full nick name - I so not agree!!!!!):Yes, pleeease, go ahead and start taking pictures, there's a whole world out there to discover!
.ROCHAMBEAU,Constance, thank you,same to you! :-)WANDRING STAR,thank you, the best to you too!BETTY C;welcome back! :-)Methinks Valentine's celebrations should not be hampered by dates or numbers. A BRUSH WITH COLORS,Sue, Carol does her utmost best to let me spill my coffee over the keyboard! ;-)
Dear Merisi,I would love to be in your romantic and delicious Vienna today! Happy Valentine's Day to you!Much love,Catherine
Such beautiful blooms
Thanks so much for your tips, Merisi!! I will definitely have to look for that. Also, I've lurked long enough without commenting--I absolutely adore your daily pictures! They make me feel like I'm back in Wien, even though I'm now far from Austria. I really miss the beautiful city. Thank you for helping me to remember it. And Happy Valentine's Day!
Merisi - I am laughing! Your mind is brilliant! In reply to your comment about how I tied the bow - The bow itself is pinned on, and the part that looks like a ribbon going across my wrist I added with Photoshop. I felt it needed to be tethered instead of looking as if it was floating there. You made my day!Catherine
I love this blog. Your pictures are beautiful. Thanks.
Lily of the Valley! My most favorite flower. The sweet smell is intoxicating. Lovely post!
That horse drawn carriage is so lovely and quaint!I hope you have a great Valentine's Day! :)
Lilly of the Valley reminds me of my Mother. it was her favorite scent. You have posted some very romantic and lovely photos. I wonder if that is Cinderella in the carriage?
Wishing you lots of hearts, chocolates, flowers, and most importantly....love....on this Valentine's Day. You "gift" me everyday with your beautiful photos and words. ~AllieOh.....my wonderful husband gave me a DVD of Andre Rieu Live in Vienna. I was watching it on PBS one night and Big Daddy came in and joined me. Brought back SO many fond memories of our trip to Vienna. Between the two of you, I keep those memories alive! Thank you!!
happy valentines day ... fabulous photos...
I worked on Saturday...
Such a tender, quiet post - most unlike brash New York.Loved the cool colored elegant flowers - and the young couple at Delia's cafe.
In trying to decide which photo I loved best, I stumbled back to the Lily of the Valley and thought of our home in England and so of course...it wins hands down. Lovely they all are!hugsSandi
I haven't visited your photos for too long and they, as usual, beautiful and seasonally right-on. Glad to see all is well in your corner of the world!
You already have Lilly ????It is unbelievable
Can almost smell the Lilies of the Vallies -they were my wedding flowers! An of course the coffee:)
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