WPC: Windows to the World

Looking out hotel window in Vienna, Austria.

Looking out the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.

Looking out old castle in Salzburg, Austria.

Looking at a window in Nice, France.

She wishes she could be out there, having fun. Nice, France.

Looking out window at Hotel Caruso in beautiful Ravello, Italy.

In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Tracks, Trains, Rail Tracks…

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Trams and tracks, Vienna, Austria.

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Tram tracks, Munich, Germany.

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Train and Railroad tracks. Chicago, Illinois.

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The shortest railway in the world is only 298 feet long and dates back to 1901. Los Angeles, CA.

For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Tracks, Trains, Rail Tracks

Deconstructing Art

Sometimes, when photographing artwork, especially large pieces, I feel compelled to “deconstruct” them in order to better convey the richness of the work.The fountain “Power of the Sea,” by Austrian sculptor Rudolf Weyr, at Michaelerplatz next to the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, is one of them.DetailFountain-Web-DSC_6310DetailTwoFountail-Web-DSC_6308 DetailThreeFountain-Web-DSC_6308FountainWhole-Web-DSC_6308_edited-1FountainContext-Web-DSC_6310