I have slowly been going through my images from the trip and thought I would share some here.
This is the Rathaus, or Vienna city hall. There is probably some better way to pronounce it, but I just kept calling it the Rat House all week. Despite never taking a German class, I can understand a good amount of what people are saying, but pronunciation is another problem. I find that nodding and pointing works very well.
I took this shot, excuse me, "made this image", from the Volkgarten. There were rows, and rows of plants wrapped up in burlap sacks that fascinated me. They looked creepy, and I think work well here.
The Natural History Museum, or the Naturhistorisches Museum, was enormous, and loaded with room, after room, after room of animals, birds, fish, reptiles, dinosaurs and every other dead earthly thing you can imagine. It was intense. And beautiful. And sometimes a little creepy. After passing through dozens of rooms, and seeing thousands of dead things, I put my face up against the glass of a hollowed out tree with what I presumed to be an old, inactive ant farm. Turns out it was an active ant farm, with thousands of live ants, not dead ones. There was only minor screaming involved.
These are some dead fish, in an image I like to call, "Dead Fish."