To those who have been to Vienna (or would like to), have a look over at my writer's page today, where I'm doing a movie review today. Is this a film you've seen? And a reminder to members of City Daily Photo, the theme day for December 1st is Shop Window.
These photographs are from Major's Hill Park; the first two are early in the fall season. Colonel By stands proudly over the flowerbed.
These are later in the season. The National Gallery, the American embassy, and Parliament Hill can be seen in the background of these shots. I should have been more clear in yesterday's post- I haven't been inside the American embassy!
Yours is a lovely town, William. Thanks for the mention of CDP theme day. I'm ready with a real ripper!ReplyDelete
Only a word to say about it, they are some marvellous shotsReplyDelete
The leaves have all fallen here from the trees now too.ReplyDelete
The coloured trees are lovely.ReplyDelete
I love the fall colors!ReplyDelete
I'd forgotten about this spot!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots William. Love the red.ReplyDelete
Very pretty colors. Today it's gloomy here; winter's coming.ReplyDelete
Love the reds and the other autumnal colors!ReplyDelete
The trees are doing their seasonal job.ReplyDelete
Great idea to use a series and show the advancement of fall colors.ReplyDelete
Would be nice to stroll around here, fine colours !ReplyDelete
I especially love your 2nd, 3rd, 4th and last photos!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful fall scenes in these photos. Enjoy the weekend.ReplyDelete
I really like the fall pics, William!ReplyDelete
I have not seen the movie. Beautiful trees.ReplyDelete
If I were in this park I would feel at home in Poland.ReplyDelete
Stunning views of Autumn worlds. Love the proud stance of the colonel in the first photo.ReplyDelete
@Cloudia: I have one shop window photographed, and plan on getting two more tomorrow.ReplyDelete
@Marianne: they're long gone here.
@Marleen: they came out beautifully here in the park.
@Jennifer: I do enjoy walking in this park. It's such a pretty stretch.
@Luis: thank you!
@Pat: we've got grey skies today and probably cold enough for snow.
@VP: so did I.
@Sharon: they certainly were!ReplyDelete
@Red: I thought so myself.
@Karl: it's such a pleasant park.
@Pamela: thank you!
@Janey: thank you. I thought I'd mention it, since it's part travelogue!
@Gemma: he certainly looks serious.
The Colonel: "I came; I saw; I conquered." :-)ReplyDelete
The trees look lovely William but that staue is a classic, a wonderful piece of work. It's the pose that makes it with one foot on the rock, it jussi outs 'follow me' I'll conquer the world'...ReplyDelete
A nice wander!ReplyDelete
I would love to walk around this area and I think the statue is incredible. Great photos!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors and an amazing place.ReplyDelete
If only all our soldiers only had to stand watch over a bed of flowers!ReplyDelete
Lovely shots. I rather prefer the embassy's look from behind some autumn trees.
The leaves and greenery really make the area stand out!ReplyDelete
Very pretty. Long gone here, now. Big winds outside as I type.ReplyDelete
What a lovely look back at a beautiful season!ReplyDelete
Your Parliament Hill looks fantastic from whichever spot you take it William, lovely colour here.ReplyDelete
Wonderful Takes. I so enjoy Fall.ReplyDelete
Major's Hill Park is wearing a wonderful autumn dress.ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: he does have that sort of pose.ReplyDelete
@Geoff: I agree.
@Tex: they are!
@Jackie: it is.
@Denise: I've walked through that park many times now.
@Mari: that it is.
@Kay: the embassy is different in each season. It's taken quite a long while, but I've actually gotten used to the place, as severe as it initially looks.
@Janis: they do indeed!
@Whisk: wind will do that.
@EG: thank you!
@Grace: it does indeed.
@Carolann: I do as well.
@Jan: it is, yes.