Ain't he cool? ;-)Sweet dreams to all of you,Merisi
Yes, Vicki. ;-)I forgot to mention that one click and the fair coachman enlarges to poster size. Well, almost! ;-)
ROFL...you DO find the best human interest photos!!! Have you ever considered a career as a photo journalist? You'd be amazing!! Love you, Janine XO
Merisi, yes, that fellow has got lots and lots of attitude, showing how Vienna blends the old and the new.Now. My question. What were his shoes like?xo
That wouldn't do in Williamsburg, VA.
OUCH! This hurts me. One of my many majors was Historic Preservation so the "juxtaposition" of this dude sends me reeling. Great photo, though!
Maybe he's interested in the lady tourists.
What a character! Great shot.Darryl and Ruth : )
Sniffles & Smiles,thank you! I have to start thinking what I shall do when I am a grownup. ;-)Frances,I did not look down and shall live henceforth with the regret of not having done so (I was on my way from the metro station at St. Stephen's Square to meet my daughter at Diglas, and a bit in a hurry)! I would bet, though, that he was wearing fine black Italian leather shoes, absolutement.
Butternut Squash,*giggles*there is a difference between the two places, one is an open air museum and the other a leaving breathing city! ;-) D.B. -you are kidding, aren't you?It's what I love about Vienna, they treat history with respect, but don't wallow in it.
Charles Gramlich,imagine, a young American tourist comes to Vienna and this gentleman is giving her a tour of the city! ;-) Living In Williamsburg Virginia,thank you, and yes,he is quite a good ambassador of young Viennese!
That's a good look.
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