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Schloss Schönbrunn - backview

Schönbrunn back

28 October 2002

From the pathway leading to the hill, the Schönbrunn Palace looks like this. The grounds, gardens are usually decorated with grass, flower landscapes. The side of the pathways are decorated with bushes, roses and trees. From this view, however one only sees the pebbled pathwalk since it was October (autumn-winter). Sorry about that...I'd post a better one in summer!

26 comments :

  1. thanks for visiting me in Cologne ;-)

    Schloss Schönbrunn is a wonderful building and I love the view from the other side too.

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  2. Thanks for dropping by april...I hope to get better shots in spring or summer! Liebe Grüsse aus Wien!

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  3. It is beautiful from the front or back. Awesome pic.

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  4. april is in right then really beautiful are its garden too. I really love lights of your photos.

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  5. Thanks Jim, its better in actuality. =D Good day!

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  6. Magnificent, really. I also love the way you captured the sky in this photo. :)

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  7. I don't watch football too fabrizio, I'd rather take photos of flowers and bees. =)

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  8. Thanks Fenix! We took photos of the front when we arrived then this when we are going out and last is the photo at the previous post...when the lights are up and the sky: darker. ;-)

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  9. You've handled perspective nicely in this photo. Parallel lines are parallel. Nice!

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  10. I did not notice about the lines, thanks for pointing that and I'll keep it in mind. I learned somethin new today! Thank you again Chuck... =)

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  11. WOW! That's GORGEOUS! Stunning building!

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  12. What a vibrant image! Amazing huge building and you've captured it just fine.

    (Thanks for visiting Guelph)

    Pat

    Guelph Daily Photo, My Photos.

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  13. Thanks Mary, Thanks Pat! Nice day to both of you...

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  14. This magnificent building never cease to amaze me. Thanks for showing how the palace looks like during autumn-winter.
    Have been there during summer.It looks very different here.

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  15. Hi Jay...there were no flowers that time but the place still is a beauty! Come by to check this seriesI'd be posting more of the 'to see' there. Zhanks and good day!

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  16. Thanks G. Will certainly visit again :)

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  17. My pleasure Jay, I really enjoy this sharing about mine and learning from yours that we have here in CDP...its really a lovely experience! Thanks too!

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  18. That is a lovely sky and contrasts nicely with the pebbled pathway which you have no need to apologise for.

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  19. Thanks Gerald...pardon then my lack of attention...I did not know that Senor's blog was there... =D

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  20. it's a beautiful building... I like the contrasts :)

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  21. Thanks giuce! =) and a good day to you!

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  22. ... we call "piña" in spanish :)

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  23. I was thinking it would be spelled that way but my keyboard does not have the 'enye' =D Gracias Giuce. Not only do I learn about the cities in CDP I also recall some of the languages I learned lol. Thanks!

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  24. ah, Schoenbrunn... I always had the feeling I didn't post enough of Wien!

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  25. Hi Lara! You got lots there in your page! Nice for you to drop by, thanks!

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  26. Sometimes I wish to see a building like this in the Philippines. :)

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