Roving Bands of wandering Mozarts
Spring is here. Tourist season (well, main tourist season) is upon us. With the warm weather, one peculiar Viennese species has woken from hibernation: The “wandering Mozart”
It is a shy species and hard to catch on pixels, so all I have are these fuzzy pictures:
The wandering Mozart is generally harmless. It’s mating cry of “concert tickets” may be mistaken for communication by tourists unfamiliar with the species, but other than the unwitting purchase of tickets to mediocre concerts nothing ill can happen.
As the Mozarts multiply pretty rapidly I expect the introduction of predatory Beethovens into the habitat soon. Opportunities for dramatic nature movies will abound…