As I was in Prague, there will also be some new Prague photos. I visited only few locations, but got some nice photos. The photo I’m posting today was taken from the Vysehrad area. That is a very nice church placed on top of a hill. It’s quite far away from the Prague castle, but with a nice 200mm lens you can zoom in for a good view :)

This is a manual blend from 5 shots. I hope the colors look good, as the photo looks differently on every screen I checked it.
Red sunset

I just made my plans for August. 5 days of taking photos in Prague and 5 days of taking photos in Budapest. There always what to take of photos in Prague, and same goes for Budapest. And my trip to Budapest is during St. Stephen’s Day, which is a national holiday there and it ends in big fireworks above the city. Can’t wait to have some photos of them :)

But for today, here is another photo of the Prague castle

This is a manual blend from 5 shots.
Prague Castle at sunset

What should one do when one went to the city to shoot the sunrise and it rained? Go into the metro and take photos there :) Prague metro around 5:30 is nice and empty and you can take as many shots as you want. During the morning shoot I took this photo I actually visited three different metro station in under 30 minutes. Just always took few photos and moved to the next stop.

This is a manual blend from 5 exposures, taken at the Náměstí Republiky metro stop in Prague.
Hiding in the Underground

I posted a lot of photos of the Prague castle as viewed from the city, but this time this is a view from the Petrin tower. The tower gives a really great view of Prague, and you even can use a tripod :)

This is a panorama from 2 photos, each one from 5 exposures.
Prague Castle

Another photo from the same night as the one posted yesterday. Actually it’s the same bridge as in that shot. I was already on my way to the tram station, but had my tripod and camera still unpacked, so I stopped for one last shots

This is a manual blend from 5 shots.
Crossing the Manes bridge

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