When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like. . #1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano. . #2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning. . #3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better. .
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before ... (show quote)
Beautiful! I love travel photography. Your second posting is outstanding. Steve