A trip to Graz – part II / 28 October 2010
Voila! The second part starts with a bench. Sorry. My bad, couldn’t help it :-D
This bench is from the park of Schloss Eggenberg – a great place to spend a lazy saturday afternoon!
Yes, I love autumn.
Oscar fell in love, too. With a peacock.
This one. Not sure about its sex, though. I hope it’s not male :-(
Anyway, leaves are unisex, for sure.
Don’t know what to say about this one. It’s your call – in the comments section :-P
My Nikon’s beloved Beirette.
No, she is not dancing, she is sitting on a bench! :-D
And taking pictures.
And standing in front of a sweet door.
This is how the path to Buschenschrank looked like. Buschenschrank is a really cool place near Graz, where a family serves home-made food and Sturm (not-ready-yet-wine). AWESOME!
I love this perspective…
Oscar got tired of sitting in my pocket, so I had to take him out. The old lady that saw him grinned. :-)))
So did I :-)))
There you go again. Oscar! He liked den Sturm even better than me!
You know what? It’s not hard to realise that there are different ways of doing the same things. And that’s what makes them so gentle.
Or this. It’s not the heavy Nikon with the heavy 35/2.0. It’s a 150 gr. plastic camera with a 45/2.8 and colour film!
And walking in the rain with or without an umbrella is romantic. I can tell.
That’s all, folks. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.