Monday, March 22, 2010

Lost in Prague


I have a really good sense of direction and I rarely get lost but I did get lost a couple of times in Prague. It was only for a short time and I didn't mind because I ended up finding this place.

26 comments:

  1. Fantastic sculptures... but what I like even more is the row of different colored building. Just a beautiful area there. Quite often we set out to 'just get lost', because that is how we come up with some of the best 'finds'.

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  2. Wow! That would definitely make it worthwhile for me to get temporarily lost!! What incredible sculptures and the lovely colored buildings!! I know I'm just repeating what Sistertex has written, but it's true! And, yes, sometimes it is good to get "lost"! Thanks for sharing the beauty, James! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  3. Wow fascinating sculptures! Its good to get lost sometimes.
    Have a wonderful week James.
    Enjoy springtime.

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  4. I love those sculptures. Definitely worth getting lost. :)

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  5. Prague must be a fabulous city. «Louis» would like to see it in person. He appreciates this photo.

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  6. Looks like a great place to get lost. These are wonderful statues.
    Sunny :)

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  7. Beautiful place, there's always places like this off the Beaten track.

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  8. What an amazing city. How neat to get lost and stumble across this. Incredible statuary, and this looks like a really interesting neighborhood. Kathy

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  9. Well James, if you were really lost you picked a magnificent place to do it. Your shots are wonderful as always, well done!
    Have a wonderful week:)

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  10. This was worth getting lost for sure. I love the dancing and music theme.

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  11. I love getting lost like that!

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  12. Weird and wonderful colours!

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  13. Dos maneras de ver la realidad y las dos excelentes tomas de un mismo tema.

    Me gustá la segunda porque a mi entender despega el motivo central del resto del paisaje urbano.

    Un abrazo

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  14. Prague is a dreamlike place.
    It is precious to protect historic tradition carefully.

    Thank you for introducing splendid art.

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  15. Sometimes getting lost is a very good thing ;-) That's a wonderful find! Prague is on my list of "someday" for sure.

    Check out the Cafe Le Zimmer again. I've added a map link and a description I thought was in, but somehow I think it dropped out. It was very late (early in the morning) when I made the post. The reviews all say the same as I said about the cafe. It's worth it, and the location is central.

    http://tapirgalsdailyimage.blogspot.com/2010/03/favorite-place.html

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  16. I think it's something about theater, music and arts!
    Wonderful place, I think I could dance as well! :)
    Léia

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  17. Ohhhhhhh
    :-)
    These two photographs are magnificent (the first I really like very much)!!!
    Thanks for sharing!
    :-)

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  18. I guess there was a "reason" you got lost for a bit...otherwise you might never have seen such beauty such as here.

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  19. That's it! Your fab photos have made me put Prague on my list of places to see

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  20. They seem to be very alive!! There are places where we like to get lost, it's so good! "To be lost in Prague"..it sounds like a dream!Nowadays, it's difficult to REALLY get lost..I hope you enjoyed it!

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  21. What a wonderful way of being lost! How did you ever convince yourself to find your way again?

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  22. Great title, James! And, believe me or not, I didn't get lost but haven't found this!...

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  23. Oh! What wonderful statues. It wuold be such fun to get lost and end up in such a charming magical place.

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  24. I love the combination of these sculptures, and how they are positioned with the benches! Can't remember if I was in Prague, but hubby for sure -have both been several times to East Europe when the Iron curtain was still there. Am Dutch, but live now in Orange County! (border of Santa Ana and Costa Mesa).
    Am thinking about your reflection meme James, I'm an artist, so I like to keep myself free from obligations LOL

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