Friday, 6 November 2009

Vltava River

Prague, Czech Republic

9 comments:

Pooch Morning Glory said...

*sigh *... beautiful. ~ L

Mitr Friend - Bhushavali said...

Beautiful landscape with water and exquisite buildings... I like.. :)

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ruma2008 said...

As for me, the whole town looks like a work of art.
A castle in the back is splendid.

I had you show wonderful scenery.
Thank you.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I love your new header Jose.

Tell me, is there any place you have NOT been? :)

cieldequimper said...

Reminds me of a fantastic time spent in Prague. Beautiful shots!

Jacob said...

It is such a delight to follow you on your travels to all these places I've never been. And you showcase them so well with your photos. These are just delightful!

Laurent said...

I love Prague too, my pictures are not digital and I am lazy to scan them ... great you are not ! Thanks for sharing

Cezar and Léia said...

Breathtaking!
I loved Praga, it's a magnificent place and I want to come back there soon to show this lovely and romantic place for my daughter and my son!
Your post is fabulous, wonderful pictures!
Léia

Dina said...

Ahh, the Vltava! A few years ago I was in the Jewish cemetery when the river left its bank and started invading Prague. It was so sad to see treasures underwater.

Jose, your link to the 360-degree panorama of the Holy Sepulchre is fantastic!! You never see the church empty and in such good light in real life. It is so beautiful here!
I will spend many hours seeing what other sites the website offers.
Thank you!