Salmannsdorfer Höhe Vineyards
in the 19th District
on March 19th, 2009
View from Neustift
More snow-covered vineyards
View from Sommerhaidenweg
By the time
I reached Pötzleinsdorfer Schlosspark,
a mere ten minutes from the first picture location,
the sky was dark.
A few hours later,
reflected in our apartment building's
Secret Garden pond.
Yes, the grass is greener
in my neighbour's garden!
left me leaning sideways
to take us into that sweet night!
A click of the mouse
and each of these images
will carry you further along!
Absolutely beautiful photography!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my site.
You still have snow! Brrr!ReplyDelete
you are welcome, thank you! :-)
yes and yes! *brrr*
Can you tell Mother Nature that today is the First day of Spring and no more snow. LOL MB
Beautiful photos particularly love the reflections!ReplyDelete
I am sure you have had enough of the snow but your pictures make it beautiful.ReplyDelete
Very pretty - but isn't it meant to be spring?ReplyDelete
Snowflakes in Ny this morning too but not sticking.
Dreamy winter pictures! (says a girl from almost-always sunny Mediterranean :) - I hope you'll feel the spring very soon! [Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a kind comment.]ReplyDelete
Lovely,lovely, lovely. I thought I had signed up as a follower already, but no. So, here I am, officially and humbly asking to be a groupie. Vieenese pastry, a good cup of dark roast, good conversation will be plenty for me. I've never been to Vienna.ReplyDelete
The vineyard shot is beautiful! Well, they all are, but I love the sloping hills.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Seret Garden reflections Merisi. I love the snow-covered vinyards too. Lovely work as always.ReplyDelete
Your opening photo is especially magical, Merisi!ReplyDelete
Oh, and I loved the onion poem! Thank you! :^)ReplyDelete
It is so amazing how one can be in winter one moment and spring the next. It is like that where I live as well. Lovely winter images and your sky shots and reflections I enjoy as well.ReplyDelete
These pictures are absolutely beautiful. I especially like the first two.ReplyDelete
The color of the sky in Vienna is the most beautiful I have ever seen in the world. Thank you for reminding me of it.ReplyDelete
the reflections of the Secret Garden Pond remind me of Monet - peaceful and mystrious at the same time!ReplyDelete
I don't like "weather games"!ReplyDelete
We had them today in Paris.
Started out grey, damp and chilly.
Then got greyer, damper and chillier.
Then got sunny and warmish around 4ish!?
No snow thanks gawd so I shouldn't complain I guess...