Stunning Photo Tour in the "city of a hundred towers"
• Stunning Photo Tour in the "city of a hundred towers"
In 1993, the UNESCO World Heritage list has replenished the central regions of the Czech capital. Visit this architectural and historical reserve will be interesting to every photographer.
cityscapes Amateur Kievski Marek (Marek Kijevský) moved to Prague shortly after the first visit to this city. Through his photographs we are introduced to a place full of amazing sights. Pictures of exquisite and mysterious "city of a hundred towers" like pictures, miraculously descended from an old dusty collection of fairy tales.
"Prague - one of the most beautiful cities in the world", - says the photographer. "Not only because of its hundreds of towers, churches and museums, but also because of the extensive historic center of the city, which contains many beautiful places, especially interesting for photographers."
Marek lives in Prague for seven years, but only two years ago began to study the city as a photographer, revealing all its hidden nooks and crannies, which for many tourists go unnoticed.
Most of all he loved the place near the Charles Bridge on the Vltava River. From there he made a frame, shown above, and a number of popular images that you see below:
At different angles in the area of the bridge can also shoot stunning sunrises and sunsets. "Very popular with the famous Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock. Church of St. Nicholas in Old Town Square - is the most beautiful Baroque church in Prague "- says Marek Kiev.
The White Night.
Best shots of sunrises and sunsets with views of the entire city can be obtained from the Petrin hill. And if you come here at night, taking a picture of Prague in the night lights ... Marek says that it is simply "extraordinary" show.
Prague fireworks in 2015.
The Prague moon.
Of course, a visit to Prague should not be considered a success if you do not make more than one image at the Prague Castle, where there is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral of St. Vitus, built in 1344.
Reflection of the St. Vitus Cathedral.
"Simply put, in Prague a large number of locations and angles for an interesting shoot," - concludes Marek. He was lucky to take pictures of the beautiful Czech capital scene at any time of the year, in all weather and light conditions.
A few more inspiring photos of Prague:
Good morning, Karl.
Under the Charles Bridge.
The Gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn.
Charles Bridge at sunset.