I love staring at my computer twelve plus hours a day, remaining within the perimeter of fifteen steps from the house and sleeping in my own bed. In other words, I don’t love holiday, travel and beds that have been slept in promiscuously before me. Yet, since I’ve found my hobby in photography, holiday has been much
more enjoyable less annoying.
My recent holiday consisted in a romantic (says hubby) slash uprooting (says me) getaway to Franzensbad via Prague and Carlsbad, all in the middle of nowhere. I mean: all in the Czech Republic, the unchartered space in the middle of civilised Europe. Now, you can’t blame me for lack of patriotism, you see that
I chose hubby chose to spend our holiday home.
Prague is considered a picturesque town by foreigners, a land of opportunity by natives, a big mess by locals and tasteless humbug by me. Living in a constant defiance of conventions as I do, I asked our local guide to take us a bit aside from the chief attractions. As a result I have gathered a collection of very nonmainstream and very non-Prague shots from Prague.
Some of my shots are shared in the gallery below. Click the first picture to enter, view larger size pictures and read a description for each. At the end of the day, the holiday was my not-so-Random Moment of Delight for this week and for Firebonnet’s challenge. Coming later are posts with pictures from Carlsbad and Franzensbad. Till then!