Austria is a small country of 8.82 million people. There is no such thing as a really big city. To call Linz the third largest city is just a good advertisement, because the population is only a little bit over 200.000. At least is Linz the capital of Upper Austria and has some really nice and interesting highlights worthwhile to visit.
Last week we were passing Linz at the highway. I suggested to have a breakfast in a famous pastry shop – at least this is the official version, the version I told my husband. Instead I lured him to breakfast, because just around the corner of Konditorei Jindrak is my favorite charity shop. Roland got coffee and Kardinalschnitte and I got three old wooden frames. Taste is a very personal matter!
Standing right in front of the shop (Bischofstraße) I photographed Urselinenkirche and Höhenrausch. I liked the perspective and the shadows. And the strange idea to put a ship high above the roofs (this year is the theme of Höhenrausch "water").
I began to play with the picture by using my tiny program for dummies. In the end, I couldn't decide, which version I loved most, therefore I posted them all. The original picture is the last one.