Tree Reconnnaissance

Vienna, dateline August 29th 2018. Checking the coast is clear, getting ready for the breakout to the countryside.

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Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial

In commemoration of more than 65,000 Austrian Jews who were killed by the Nazis between 1938 and 1945. The memorial was unveiled on 25 October 2000. Among those who attended the unveiling were the President of Austria Thomas Klestil, Mayor of Vienna Michael Häupl, President of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien Ariel Muzicant, Simon Wiesenthal, and […]

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The Wisdom Of Group Tours

I like looking at groups who are on a tour, especially when the group leader is talking to them and pointing out things to look at. The variety of responses is fascinating. The Fuji X00s has a fixed 35mm equivalent lens and it is nicely wide enough to capture a whole group without distorting faces. […]

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Disgutenberged

I have coined the verb ‘to disgutenberg’ and I have Disgutenberged this site temporarily. To disgutenberg means to remove or suspend Gutenberg as the editor in a WordPress site. Meanwhile, here are some crowds in Vienna. None of the people here are looking for Gutenberg.

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I Halted Gutenberg On This Site Temporarily

I am using Gutenberg on a couple of WP.com sites. It is working OK on the site that is built on the Independent Pubisher 2 theme but it is creating problems on this site at Photographworks.me where I am using Rosalie theme. The text comes out super-small and some images simply do not appear at […]

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A Sense Of Place

The man on the statue is Kaiser Franz I and the statue is in a square by the In Der Burg street that leads off the Michaelaplatz in Vienna. We were walking back to our hotel from the Historical Art Museum when the sky grew dark and threatening. At the same time there was a […]

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