Recently, I was looking at my Vienna pics from my one-day-in-Vienna-and-trying-to-squeeze-in-as-much-as-possible trip. I have already written several posts on this […]
Brussels, Belgium: Parc du Cinquantenaire and Royal Museums of Art and History.
In response to this week’s Photo Challenge: Symmetry. The Triumphal Arch and its perfectly symmetrical colonnades in the Parc du […]
St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna: Depth.
The Roman Catholic St. Stephen’s Cathedral, which is referred to as Stephansdom in German, is situated in the capital of […]
The Art Nouveau Movement’s Exhibition Hall in Vienna, Austria.
The Art Nouveau Movement’s Exhibition Hall in Vienna, which is mostly referred to as Vienna Secession Building, was erected […]
Amazing textures: Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal, Missouri, USA.
During my visit to St. Louis, MO, I had the opportunity to visit Hannibal, a little town where a young […]
Summer lovin': The deep blue sea.
On the sea by John Keats It keeps eternal whisperings around Desolate shores, and with its mighty swell Gluts twice […]
I do love cafés.
I wouldn’t mind sitting there all day. Brussels, Belgium.
This is not Germany.
From the average American’s point of view, Germans still seem to fall in two categories: either the crazed Nazi (the […]
The different colors of the cobblestones make a striking contrast. You’ll find them in Brussels, Belgium, in the inner courtyard […]
Fernweh: A very German word.
Today, I’ve been suffering from a severe case of Fernweh. Fernweh is a German word, a very German word indeed. […]
Fine arts Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany.
Friends from the US are here on vacation, and we decided to go and see the Fine Arts Folkwang Museum […]
A big fat Coffee Machine that can follow you wherever you go, wouldn’t that be nice?
The label says ‘Kaffeerad’, which means Coffee Bike in German. Seen yesterday in front of the Poppelsdorf Castle in Bonn, […]
Stoclet Palace in Brussels, Belgium.
On a day with heavy rain, I was approaching Stoclet Palace in Brussels. As an Art Nouveau and Art Deco […]
Ode to an Icon.
While I am way too old to seriously be fanatic about an actor or singer, I could feel my heart […]
Weekly Photo Challenge: (Enchanted) Room.
On a sunny afternoon in early October last year, which happened to be the day of my birth, I sat […]
Belvedere Palace, Vienna, Austria.
My most important reason to visit the Belvedere Palace in the third district of Vienna was the world’s largest Gustav […]
On a rainswept day in Brussels. And an update.
Last Saturday, I did one of my notorious day-trips, this time again to Brussels (Belgium). It could have been […]
Happy in Brussels – One day in the capital of Belgium.
Recently, I had the opportunity to spend one day in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. In my mind, there was […]
A Word a Week Challenge: Lines
This is the inner courtyard of the Palais Royal in Paris. The Palais Royal was originally built for Cardinal Richelieu […]
Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers (of Love)
These are the “LoveLocks” of Cologne (Germany). Couples in love fix padlocks to the railings on the Hohenzollern Bridge. Then […]
Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) Site Sprudelhof in Bad Nauheim, Germany.
At the beginning of the last century, the number of Spa Guests in Bad Nauheim was steadily increasing, new Spa […]
Art Nouveau (Jugendstil) Site Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt, Germany.
The Artists’ Colony (Künstlerkolonie) Mathildenhöhe is considered the most beautiful Art Nouveau/Jugendstil complex in Germany. It provided impulses toward reform […]
The Big Hotchpotch: Pictures of Paris.
These are the spires of Cologne Cathedral in Germany, which is one of the most famous Roman Catholic churches built […]
Featured Images Event, Sunday, 10 August.
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St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna, Austria.
This is the incredibly beautiful roof of St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, Austria. St. Stephen’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic […]