I took these pictures
literally two minutes after
I photographed the roses of the previous post.
Wherever you turn,
there is beauty around here.
This being Vienna,
there's a Café-Bar-Restaurant
exactly opposite these windows,
offering you a comfortable perch
to better enjoy them from!
perfect Viennese landscapes, as usual!ReplyDelete
A beautiful gargoyle? For real? I love him/her...he/she would look rather odd on my house, but look what a beauty it is on that stone wall! And the colors of spring are all there ready to pop out and cheer up a grouchy demeanor! Why, they are de-mean-ers!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots...your camera is magic!
Wonderful tour Merisi! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the kind comment on my blog. I look forward to reading yours on a regular basis too!
Window boxes, the joy of the summer city scape, but none do them better than alpine villagers.ReplyDelete
You are your city's best ambassador! I long to visit!ReplyDelete
Vienna surely is a beautiful place. I hope one day to see it in person since I've visited it so often through your wonderful photos. Just lovely.ReplyDelete
Merisi, your fine images surely enhance Vienna's beauty!ReplyDelete
I love weeing windows but yours are divine Merisi!ReplyDelete
Windows into the soul...
A visual poet.
Love the window boxes...and architecture...a feast for the eyes! Simply beautiful! ~Janine XOReplyDelete
I love that first photo! The window boxes are beautiful too. ~LoriReplyDelete
Love especially the sculpting in the wall at the Zittenhofer Gasse!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, Merisi:)
the gargolye needs a flower in her mouth or an apple ;)ReplyDelete
Even the "she-goyle" in the first image is impressed by the lovely bloomsReplyDelete
"Ooooo!" she exclaims!
I love the window box flowers!
BTW, I mentioned you in my Fashion blog this week...thank you for mentioning Valentino!
I bet you would like the window and balcony flower boxes in the French Quarter.ReplyDelete
I love the Vienna you show us, Merisi, but I wonder...if you will excuse my asking...is there a poor district? If there is, and there must be...I am absolutely sure that you would find the beauty in it.ReplyDelete
Everytime I stop by your blog, I almost have no words to express what I see , what I feel.ReplyDelete
Vienna seems so magic , so beautiful and everytime it is so sunny ...I may come to live in Vienna
Gorgeous photos Merisi!ReplyDelete
The first photo really caught my eye with the detailed work in the stone. The flowers are lovely.ReplyDelete
I love Europe for all the beautiful window flower boxes. I think they are soooooo pretty!ReplyDelete