Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Looking Up in Prague



I'll end this round of the stone faces of Prague with the pictures above. I hope you enjoyed seeing the wonderful details in some of Prague's buildings.

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16 comments:

  1. Worth the look up. Thanks so much for sharing all of these. It was wonderful. :)

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  2. Our buildings in Los Angeles and Orange County are sooo boring in comparison! Amazing sights.

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  3. How fantastic they are!! Thank you so much for sharing them. This is the sort of thing that I loved seeing so much when my husband was stationed in Europe and we got to travel and see so many of these incredibly beautiful buildings! Such lovely reminders!

    Sylvia

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  4. Oh really a wonderful walk: thanks for sharing!
    :-)

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  5. Thanks a lot, it's so beautiful!
    And those cool reflections in the first picture! Amazing! :)
    Generally we've saw sculpture of men supporting those columns. it's nice to see female figures there!
    Léia

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  6. Each of those sculptures are beautyful. All together, they make a great view! the more I see your pictures of Prague, the more I feel like going there!

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  7. Stunning architecture, amazing detail.
    Sunny :)

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  8. What weird poses! Imagine sitting down to design anthropomorphic pillars and coming up with these!

    Lucy

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  9. The buildings look so strong and in good condition, well maintained. Lovely pictures.

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  10. Wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing! I like going on trips from my cozy chair!

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  11. Outstanding, amazing detail, thanks for sharing.

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  12. Fantastic details.

    www.ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  13. I enjoyed a sculpture of a lot of Prague.
    Prague is a town beyond my imagination.

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  14. These are really marvellous. I marvel at the crispness of your photography too!
    I do like the 2nd the most - seems to me that the figures had a bit of plastic surgery in the upper deck, and no work on the lower.

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  15. These are gorgeous, James. the nudes are particularly lovely! :)

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