Very evocative pictures, as usual, Merisi.
I dont think you will ever run out of scenes to show us of your lovely blue, white and gold city.Gorgeous.
Just gorgeous. I never tire of looking at your photos.
Merisi, that square is beautiful, seems so tranquil and civilized.I wonder how long Kleins Cafe has been in that location, how many delightful meals and delicious cups of coffee have been served. How many thoughts have popped into how many heads sitting there. How many romances might have been nourished. It just seems the sort of location that would encourage wonderful things to happen.xo
I love how the blue pops in these images.
Great shots. I always enjoy the people watching from your photos...the live and the statuary!
Everything so blue and white and pure.Very lovely.
Lots of cool old statues.
This looks like a movie set. I woud love to stop and have a latte at that cafe.
Incredible photos as always.
Was für ein wunderbarer Blog mit sooo vielen schönen Bilder! Bin echt begeistert. Vor 6 Jahren habe ich einen tollen Urlaub und Wien verbracht, ganze 10 Tage und Nächte - weil die Stadt im Sommer nie einschlief ;) Seit dem vermisse ich Wien und hoffe, irgendwann die glückliche Zeit im Juli 2006 zu wiederholen. Grüße aus Poznan in Polen!
That pink building with the blue door and windows -- straight from a fairy tale!
Very nice~Thank you Merisi!Great light at this time to the day. The long shadows are wonderful!
This was my FAVOURITE cafe in Vienna. I was introduced to it by a Swedish friend who was on the same German language course as me. Somehow it gave me the sense of delicious conspiracy drinking coffee there and avoiding my language homework:-)
Lovely statues! Thanks for sharing these photos, Merisi.
I love the building with the blue door and window frames! The blue door is very Parisian ;-)
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