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Prague - St. Niklas (5 pictures)

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When visiting Prague one should not miss the church of St. Niklas on the Mala Strana, below the Hradcin. The church is a jewel in terms of interior decaration. All the interior is being designed by  I. Dientzenhofer, one of the most famous artists of his craft. One has to pay a small entry fee but what you get to see is beyond imagination. The viewer may enjoy the illumination. For the photographer this is an advantage because there is more light but it is a difficulty because the quality of light is bad in terms of color cast and front light. To avoid this you have to turn but then have to face a bright light from the windows. Tripods are generally being banned so all shots are handheld.

 

The tower is worthwhile being climbed. It is very narrow but the view from aove is very recommendable and really lovely.

 

Olympus EM 5 with Summilux 15 mm.

 

 

The first one is a panorama being stitched out of 4 pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Iduna, wonderful photographs... leaving one with the feeling of having been there!

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Dee,

 

I am happy if you have that particular feeling. This is what we always try to express. Thanks a lot.

 

Stuart,

 

thanks for constant and reliable, encouraging support.

 

Thanks to all clicking the "like" function, slowly one gets familiar with this tab

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Wonderful, brings back memories of my visit last July.

Edited by Berth

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Berth, K.-H.,

thank you so much for stopping by and enjoying.

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Iduna,

 

A lovely series with the outstanding inside design with its detail sharpness and colors.

 

Paul

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