Simon,I'd rather go on a pelagic trip with you than standing up there! ;-)
fabulous! The contrast of the green and blue are so sharp!
Mary,it is, isn't it?Theresa Cheek,the verdigris, blue and white are a winning pairing, the clouds looking as if they were out to play, and the cables crisscrossing, it must be Vienna! ;.)
I have a passion for (mostly old-fashioned) sculpture, even the mere architectural ones are interesting to me.
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The hero rides the blue sky on a bronze warhorse.
I'd rather be with you that anywhere else
never, ever forget to look up. Happy weekend Merisi.
Wien is wonderful, élégant... A pretty city ! I like your photo. the buildings and monuments of wien are like pastries with gold and cream, it is a beautiful image of a real dream. I love Wien.You know what ? Last week on TV, I saw the chief Sarah Wiener in Wien ! In a Tea room-cake store, she cooks a Sachertorte! Woooooo ! wonderful ! Nice week-end Merisi ! Nath.
Your love of place is so ever-present in your photos, Merisi. You've certainly seduced me into wanting to visit Vienna.
Das Spiel der Farben ist phantastisch! Nur die Kabeln zerstören diese Idylle))
Svet,I wanted the cables included. After all, Vienna is not a museum. ;-)
Thanks again for reminding us to look up. It's so easy to forget.Sam
Even this equestrian statue looks sweetly edible through your magical lens!It's a long time i haven't been visited you and it's always such a pleasure....I read your post below about watermark i totally agree with you, stealing photos is a nuisance but alas what can one do ?Have a great week end in your beautiful Vienna :-)Lalaps : your comment on Stephanie's made me smile...yes, i'll sing along too !
Thank you all for your wonderful comments, I appreciate every single one! Hugs,Merisi
Love the colors!
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