Vienna Daily's First Sky Watch Friday - City Sky

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23 June 08

A statue of Emperor Franz Jonas at the mezzanine of a Museum. Situated at the city Center, this area gives one a good view of a little part of the city.

Still at the city center, because I was using a camera phone (Sony Ericsson K770i) this seems a little blurred, but the harshness of the sun seemed toned down a bit, it was so warm and sunny that day!

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31 comments

  1. I'm back ...
    Oh no, cried blog world ... he's back!

    But guess what, I'm so happy. If I didn´t rejoin SWF I would never have the chance to see these great photos!

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  2. Nice to welcome another 'Daily' toSky Watch.. I appreciate all the work you do for your blogs.. and it's a pleasure to have you join in... thank you.

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  3. He's a lofty fellow! What a bright and beautiful sky.

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  4. Pretty one for SWF! Which reminds me the quote... "we all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon".... Mine's up too hope you can drop by. Happy Weekend!

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  5. this meme is interesting, looks like fun to join.

    seems like you're having a good clear summer day.

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  6. Welcome to Sky Watch! These are lovely contributions for your first Sky Watch posts. Hope to see you here every week.

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  7. hi g, i just posted my first sky watch shot at my other blog www.ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  8. Glad your son is doing well again! Welcome to SWF :)

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  9. wonderful Viennese skies! I will return to Vienna soon!

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  10. great shots, G! have a wonderful weekend.

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  11. Welcome to the SWF gang! Here you find a lot of people that loves to take picture of the sky and other tings:)
    Your shots are very beautiful. I spesially like the first one with the beautiful and majestic statue and the big building in the background. Well done!

    Petunia's SWF

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  12. wow ... impressive architecture as well as the statue! looks great against the blue skies! :)

    my SWF post is here; hope you can drop by! :)

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  13. Hi Gizelle! I’m back to blogosphere after another busy (and annoying) week… ;)
    Beautiful sky, and Spain is going to get it... ;)) Beautiful street pics!
    Meanwhile Blogtrotter is still strolling in the streets of Santiago de Compostela… Enjoy and have a nice weekend!

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  14. Ah, another equestrian/dead guy memorial statue! We have these all over Washington, too. Seems you can't swing a dead cat without hitting one in this town. That said, how did I miss this when I lived in Vienna? Where exactly is this?

    Great photos, as always! Even with a camera phone. I'm very impressed.

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  15. Beautiful sky, beautiful buildings, beautiful statue. I must make it to Vienna someday...

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  16. Great photos. Hurray for SE camera phones!

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  17. Great shot of the monument. Very nice. :) Have a great weekend, G!

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  18. Those are great shots. Your blog is so beautiful. Thanks for visiting my PH post. I wanted to mention that I was early and I'll come back later to visit your PH post once it's up.

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  19. A beautiful clear blue sky! Hope the temperature isn't too hot.

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  20. Beautiful shots of Vienna :)

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  21. Oh i miss Vienna - beautiful pictures!

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  22. Thanks to you and others, I get a big lift out of trying to outdo myself and post things that may surprise some and make others laugh a bit and most of all make lots of people aware of things that might not know much about.

    When somebody actually takes the time to write a comment about my work and what I do, that to me is the biggest gift a person can give another. It is a smile on greeting, it is a welcome handshake, and it gives me and my family some hope that the dementia farm is still down the road.

    You, yourself, are an inspiration to me. I come back not only to say, "thanks for visiting and leaving a comment" but thanks for taking the time to photograph things of interest and great beauty. Without that, blogging would be about as exciting as a wart on the end of my nose.

    So, thanks for stopping at my blog. And rest assured, when you do, I will always try to visit your blog, in return, and leave a comment on your blog. I might not think your photography is ready for the masterpiece award, but it got my attention.

    Sincerely,

    Abraham Lincoln
    oldmanlincoln in Brookville, Ohio

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  23. Welcome to SkyWatch. And thank you for a couple of images of your city. Very nice photos in the spirit of the venue.

    I will return to read and see more of your blog.

    And, thank you for your visit and comment on my SWF post.

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  24. Great captures for sky watch!
    Have a nice weekend.

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  25. I really love the beautiful old buildings you have there!

    I read somewhere that when the horse is posed like that (three legs down, one raised), it means that the rider died of natural causes. I've never verified it though.

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  26. Really wonderful pictures! I like very much the second one, with that intense and varied sky.
    Have a good Sky Watch!

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  27. Taken with a cameraphone only???!!! Geez! If youn didn't mention it I would've thought its a dedicated camera you used.

    Great photos of statues and buildings!

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