Back from Prague

"A first sign of the beginning of understanding is the wish to die."
~ Franz Kafka

Got back in from Prague by catching what amounted to being the overnight train. Rode along the blackened country side to the glow of an almost full moon as I watched lonely fields covered in a thin mist. Saddened by the fact that couldn’t stop the train and snap some pics.

I’m annoyed that somehow I missed the fine detail of my camera being in JPG and not raw mode for the first day of shooting. Fortunately it was a gray day.

I can’t remember the last time my feet hurt as much as they do now. But enough, here is a photo as I made my way up to Prague castle. It’s yet another old building that seems to litter that side of the city.

Camera :Nikon D70
Lens :Nikon 12-24mm f/4 AF-S DX
Shutter Speed :30
ISO :400
f-Stop :20
Strobes :Array
Location :Prague, Czech Republic
Conditions :
Fishing on Guelph Lake
grey-winters-day
Falcon at the Olomouc Zoo
Perimeter Institute Mike Lazaridis
Museum Composite
In The End
sunset-through-fence
63rd Street Bicycle
city-gal-in-the-country
more-from-caribana-2008
Courtyard off of Michalsk√°
Jazz Hands

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