A friend of mine shot her first short (Chrissi aka “Spielberg” Wallmüller as I call her from now on). It’s a thrilling murder story set in Vienna with an interesting plot. I really enjoyed it. If you have a couple of minutes to spare check it out! 🙂
Impressions from a snowless month over here in Vienna.
On the sight of a former airfield a new city planned from scratch is being build to accommodate thousands of new people Vienna is expected to grow by in the upcoming decade. A city within the city basically. Seestadt translated in English means lake city and is named due to the artificial lake which will be in the center of the town. As to date there is not much to see besides the newly build metro station (the violet line U2), a lot of cranes and a giant mud hole in the middle (the lake to be). But especially at sunset the symphony of cranes has beauty on its own. There is also an exhibition worthwhile visiting with a lot of information about the project and a wooden panorama tower with a nice view (last picture). Local artists were allowed to spray the container in which the exhibition is happening, giving the place an urban flair already. Although the city itself is yet missing…
Impressions collected in late November around Prater and Donaucity.
Finally! After experimenting with different themes and playing around with them I decided to give my little photography blog (which turned 1 today by the way!) a new fresh design. The theme I choose is the beautiful “Portfolio” by The Theme Foundry. I think it is perfect for showcasing photography in a clean and simple way. So let me guide you quickly through the new website. On the right upper corner next to the logo you find four pages. The Featured page is also the homepage displaying usually the four latest posts with a visually pleasing slider in the center. In the Gallery you find all posts sorted in a grid in chronological order. If you prefer the classic browsing via lists and categories help yourself by clicking on Sitemap and Archives. So effectively there are three ways to use the website. I like to look at it as a shop consisting of an inviting display, a back room and the actual showroom. I hope you like it! I definitely do. If you have feedback you can leave me a message at the page @ Contact or directly comment this blog post.