early this morning
when I spotted this reader,
in the vestibule of
the Austrian Parliament building
-> The Austrian Parliament Building
Images and Text © by Merisi
-> Architecture and History of the Parliament Building -
on the Parliament homepage, in German
What an amazing place to read early in the morning. You inspire me to go walking and discover early in the morning.ReplyDelete
the only way, very early - before 8 AM - to do some walking during this heatwave we are under right now. Record temperatures for June yesterday, more so today, going to hit 100° F.
Just amazing and inspiring pictures, Merisi!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sonia! :-)Delete
Looks like a pretty interesting place to sit.ReplyDelete
Indeed, great view included!Delete
I love the drama of those first two shots!ReplyDelete
Those soaring columns are quite impressive, aren't they?Delete
You captured the beautiful weather there...ReplyDelete
Beautiful, yes, a tad to hot, I'd say (thank heavens, so far none of those terrible thunderstorms like the ones that hit the East Coast recently).Delete
What a beautiful spot for reading, like an old library - serious, majestic, in the company of Greek philosophers (the statues?) and the guy coordinates well with the blue sky in the background (blue shirt) :-)ReplyDelete
the reader's in the company of Greek and Roman historians. the ones in the picture should be Thucydides and Polybius.
Loved the reader but also the Farmers' Market pictures below.ReplyDelete
Happy 4th, dear Merisi!
Thank you, Elizabeth!Delete
Happy 4th of July to you t00,
An unusual place to read a book...ReplyDelete
(Maybe he was reading in a guide book!)
thanks for commenting on my skywatch. I notice you are from Vienna, Austria-I traveled there in 1964-many moons ago as part of a folk dance tour from Brigham Young University.ReplyDelete
You are welcome!Delete
They say Vienna has changed much since then. Brighter, more cosmopolitan.