Our hotel; would certainly recommend it.
I decided to take just one camera body, Fuji X-T10, and one fixed focal length lens, 27mm (that's 42mm in old 35mm film format); no zoom.
Inside the café/restaurant where we had dinner the first night.
Great place, recommended by the lady on hotel reception.
Small place. Had a great schnitzel.
The next table were too busy to notice me.
Outside the restaurant.
Love the old trams.
Street food - potatoes three ways.
We didn't buy.
All wrapped up.
Even in Vienna, you need money.
You are never far from a würst!
Vienna is a great walkabout city.
Like the Boar's nose in Florence, it seems everyone has to rub the foot.
You look'in at me?!
Outside a shop, looking up. The small black shapes are shoes, you can also see pedestrians reflected. It was quite neat.
Reflection in a café window.
All in pink.
They were outside the scope on a 'smoke break', so I asked if they minded a shot. I think she saw the humour in her outfit.
Inside Saint Stephen's cathedral.
Sikhs in a cathedral.
I saw their coloured turbans and asked if they would let me take a photo od them as I loved the colours.
The horse carriages are everywhere.
Susi and Brenda.
They were trying to get shots for a competition at their photo club.
Christmas market = Glühwein.
The cheese man.
All dressed up and nowhere to go.
The Town Hall market.
Hats 'R' Us.
A little differential focus.
Entrance to the market.
The place to buy decorations.
Furs are still in fashion in Europe.
I love shadows.
But I only put a few in this gallery.
Gentlemen with hats.
I said I loved their hats, could I have a photo. They made me laugh. In their pocket they have a switch to make their hats wave and play Xmas music!
See the hat !
My Glühwein cup.
You pay €8 for the cup and drink. You can keep the cup or get €4 back if you take the mug back - I kept mine.
Never seen one before.