Posts tagged ‘rain’

March 1, 2015

Wien

by ada

Cafe

February 10, 2014

Vác

by ada

Through a wet lens. In dusk. Definitely not at its best.

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November 2, 2013

where are the songs of spring? ay where are they?

by ada

feet

October 6, 2013

Innsbruck retrospective – the rainy edition

by ada

Inssbruck in the rain

Mozart memorial sign Innsbruck

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Annasäule Innsbruck

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Tiroler Adler

Hofgarten Innsbruck

Hungerbahn

raindrops

house near Alpenzoo Innsbruck

fog over the river Inn

view of river Inn and Innsbruck houses

October 6, 2013

perhaps the roses really want to grow

by ada

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September 17, 2013

the waterfall of Golling (through a wet lens)

by ada

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mushroom

plants

bridge

leaves

old mill at gollinger wasserfall

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mist

June 14, 2013

like a bridge over troubled water

by ada

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June 14, 2013

excuse me while I kiss the sky

by ada

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June 2, 2013

chapter 679, in which Salzburg is entirely surrounded with water

by ada

It looks as if there were some reasons to start worrying about the rain.

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June 1, 2013

that lusty month of May

by ada

May was – in its depressing way – sort of successful: I managed to finish 6 (six!) books. I blame it entirely on the weather. Every time I woke up, bursting with energy (haha) and the will to go outside and do something exciting on my rare free days, all I had to do to completely lose all of my interest and enthusiasm was to take my earplugs out and hear the raindrops pattering against my windows (what raindrops, hail it was, stones of ice as big as diamonds, more than once).

And yes, I’m aware of the fact that I really can’t claim any improvement in the quality of my readings, but I say, baby steps. I still can’t bring up any interest in early Baroque music treatises or meaningful literature, but at least I seem to enjoy reading again and that’s enough for now. I may be myself again one day or I may not – it’s not an actual problem now. Surviving and learning to love life, these are my most important goals lately and I’m doing quite well with them, I dare say.

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May 30, 2013

into each life some rain must fall

by ada

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May 30, 2013

Salzburg – Gaisberg Oldtimer Rallye

by ada

Sorry for the crappy quality of the photos – the combination of rain and fast-moving objects was simply too big a challenge for my poor point and shoot camera.

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May 20, 2013

armageddon in retrospect

by ada

Mozartplatz Salzburg

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Stolpersteine Salzburg

Mozartplatz Salzburg

May 3, 2013

she goes but softly, but she goeth sure

by ada

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April 2, 2013

Venice – La Giudecca, part 2

by ada

harbour

La Giudecca harbour

boat

La Giudecca square

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gondola

Maria

seagulls

vaporetto stop San Biagio

April 2, 2013

Venice – La Giudecca, part 1

by ada

Fondamenta Croce

Venice view

La Giudecca

La Giudecca fondamenta

Redentore

street view La FGiudecca

street in in La Giudecca

bunny balloon

La Giudecca windows

houses in La Giudecca

Italian cat

March 27, 2013

Venice – day 2

by ada

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San Marco

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after the rain

love locks on Ponte dell' Accademia

Rialto

rainy Venice streets

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sunset in Venice

March 26, 2013

the Venice memories – at night

by ada

small square in Venice

window in Venice

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Grand Canal

Rialto by night

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Grand Canal by night

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March 25, 2013

Venice – San Giorgio Maggiore

by ada

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March 17, 2013

Venice – day 1

by ada

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November 12, 2012

Prague – getting there

by ada

October 15, 2012

365/289+3 bonuses!

by ada

The last two days were all about Felix Baumgartner. Does he jump or does he not, does he survive or does he not. Well, he did jump and he did survive and we are all happy and proud. Salzburg people have a new god now, beside Mozart.

My adrenaline threshold is obviously somewhat lower than that of Felix Baumgartner. The sight of some raindrops on a fallen leaf made me excited enough for the day.

October 9, 2012

our hearts are as red earth and pouring rain

by ada

October 4, 2012

the voice of the rain

by ada

August 24, 2012

365/235

by ada

Watching Purcell’s King Arthur on the screen at Kapitelplatz. It ended with a storm – of course! everything ends with ice-cold rain in my life lately – , so we were all wearing the obligatory free ORF rain jacket uniform.

July 15, 2012

365/197

by ada

Another day of cold rain pouring down endlessly from the gray sky. I left my flat only for a coffee and came back soaked wet and in a very unfriendly mood. I feel this urgent need of moving to a hot, dry place like the Kalahari Desert quite often lately.

June 28, 2012

365/180

by ada

That’s how Utrecht Main Station greets its passengers.

June 12, 2012

365/164

by ada

It’s raining again since days (actually since weeks, with eventual breaks). I spent the last summer in Holland and it was raining all the time. In June I thought, we still have the whole summer ahead of us. In July I got nervous, but thought, we didn’t lose the battle yet, August is the hottest month of summer in Europe, there is still some hope. In August I was furious, in September apathetic and in October I became depressed. And while I clearly cannot blame my clinical depression on the weather, it is a scientific fact that sunshine does count, where mental illness (at least depression) is concerned.

Now I’m in Austria and it rains uninterruptedly. I start to believe that I’m die Frau mit den Regenhänden (the woman with rainy hands). Wherever I go I take my heavy clouds with me.

So for today is a photo of some strawberries and a cup of hot chocolate, made with coconut milk and without sugar (because, despite of the overwhelming amount of photos of tiramisus, chocolates and coffee cups on this blog, I’m still on my gluten-free, dairy-free, low carb antidepressant diet); wich I will drink in bed while reading Perry Mason. My new goal is to get through of all the existing Perry Mason-stories. I became somewhat oversatiated with musicology and health care literature lately.

May 13, 2012

365/133

by ada

It was really cold and rainy the whole day, and I’m coming off coffee right now, so I just slept the day through (and I mean it literally). The few hours I was awake I spent with reading Perry Mason stories on my computer. I was desperately in need of some rest, so it was just perfect the way it was.

April 17, 2012

little bits of Wien – part 1

by ada

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