In September of 2017, we travelled to Vienna for a city break. Our daughter was about to go off to University and so we asked what she wanted to do before going, she said a city-break in Vienna.
I had been to Vienna before, but it was many years ago when I was a student. I still carry many fond memories of those two weeks spent with my cousin, who was a student in Vienna at the time. But when you’re a young student, your agenda and timetable are a bit different to when you reach your middle ages! So we had different things in mind.
My cousin still lives and works in Vienna, so we got together and had some good ideas of where we should go and what we should visit.
Needless to say my Fuji camera was with me at all times. For this trip it was the trusty x100s, in what would turn out to be it’s last trip. Perhaps I’ll relate more of that story in another post.
We visited musems, parks, markets and the fabulous Schönbrunn Palace. The weekend market in the Naschmarkt was vibrant, colourful and busy, and a feast of opportunity for any budding streetphotographer.
As usual, I took a variety of photographs in different styles – family, travel, street – and what I show (mostly) in this post will be the street photography images from a fabulous three days in Vienna.