A Summer's Day
"A something in a summer's Day
As slow her flambeaux burn away
Which solemnizes me"
There is something about lunch
in tree-shaded Mochi's garden
that energizes me even
on the hottest summer day
Remember my Quest
to find a grumpy Viennese waiter?
Forget about it! After all my time
of living and wining and coffee drinking in Vienna,
I suggest this is but a bit of lore
Photographed with my mobile phone
15 July 2014 at lunchtime
along Praterstrasse and Mochi Restaurant
in Leopoldstadt, Vienna's 2nd District
© by Merisi
-> A something in a summer's Day by Emily Dickinson
-> Mochi Grill and Sushi
-> Merisi's Leopoldstadt and Praterstrasse
-> Johann Nepomuk Nestroy (7 December 1801 – 25 May 1862) at Wikipedia:
"Johann Nepomuk Eduard Ambrosius Nestroy .... was a singer, actor and playwright in the popular Austrian tradition of the Biedermeier period and its immediate aftermath. Dubbed the "Austrian Shakespeare", in style he is more comparable to Molière."
I'm beginning to wonder if anyone at all could ever be grumpy in Vienna!ReplyDelete
Beautiful day for sitting out it looks like.ReplyDelete
Looks like the perfect summer day and the perfect place to spend it!! Delightful captures, Merisi, as always! Hope your week is going well!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your photos and the link to Emily"s poemReplyDelete
Looks like a nice place to be:)ReplyDelete
I like the details in your posting too.
What a beautiful setting!ReplyDelete
I note the presence of that bird in the pic!
I can see why lunch in Mochi's garden would lift your spirits! Summer perfection!ReplyDelete
Magnifique l'été à vienne,ReplyDelete
je viendrai un jour visiter cette belle ville
Lovely, as always! (We are enjoying a rare summer day with temperatures in the 70s!)ReplyDelete
Haven't commented for a while. Good to back in Vienna albeit only virtually. The second and the fourth photo look like they could be taken in Italy or Provence.ReplyDelete
Summer greetings from Warsaw :-).
A beautiful photo spread... Love summer and summer in Vienna is so very special, Thank you for sharing this Merisi... love it :-)ReplyDelete