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Those Wonderful Buildings of Prague

Everywhere we walked, we encountered attractive buildings.  Yes, we spent most of our time in the center of Prague and it's not completely representative of the rest of the city, but it still seemed like a large number of cool buildings, nevertheless.  Europe is full of quaint and interesting buildings, but Prague really struck me for the numbers, the attractiveness and the opportunities to get far enough away from them to fully appreciate them (courtesy of large boulevards or the river) Even though we had 5 days of cloudy skies, the buildings and their colors still enchanted me.   And while I would prefer sunshine and blue skies, the "flat" lighting resulted in more flexibility to capture images without having to deal with backlighting or harsh shadows.  These photos are a smattering of the buildings that we encountered.

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The "Fred and Ginger" building along with their neighbors on the bank of the river Vltava.



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A street in the Mala Strana area (across the river from us and where we parked our car - free street parking!)


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                                                                   Hey!  Look, some shadows!  The sun was out...briefly.


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