There is a word that could perfectly describe the atmosphere in Vienna – serenity. There was a pleasant and calm feeling everywhere we went. All the people, even if they were in a hurry, did not run in a hectic way or look pressured. This got me thinking about how the big cities can make people react in a different way to the chaotic part of our daily lives. Wherever we live, we should individually decide how, positively or negatively, the crowds are going to impact our behaviour or mood. I will follow the Viennese way, by ignoring the agitation around me and just enjoying the rays of sunshine & the positive faces that my eyes capture.
I woke up on 23 in Vienna! I am thankful for having the chance to travel often and visit places that will illustrate a new vision and show me something different. I have always shared my opinion on travelling and how all journeys leave you with a new pile of inspirations afterwards. I will do it as much as I can because this triggers new ideas in me and I like it. On the pictures below you can see some of my favourite parts of Vienna. The beautiful palaces – Schönbrunn Palace and Belvedere are two of the most important architectural and historical Baroque monuments in the country. I could spend all day walking around them. I also captured the first tulips in Vienna for this spring, I am in love with them, it was absolutely beautiful. I hope you enjoy the photos and I hope this spring brings you all the joy and happiness you have been waiting for during the winter!