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HUMP DAY SPARKS: MORE PRAGUE PHOTOS, ETC.

When my daughter and son-in-law went to Europe for their honeymoon, they visited with my eldest son Craig and his wife Gabi, and Craig captured some photos of them against the beautiful Prague backdrop.

I love how he sometimes likes to use black and white for dramatic effect, and I applaud what he captured here (below).

 

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Equally effective:  the bright blue skies and the spires of the fabulous architecture nicely frame the newlywed couple.

 

 

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In this shot, Prague is laid out behind them in a fabulous view.

 

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These buildings behind them are familiar to me because of other photos Craig has in his collection.  I think their familiarity makes them even more perfect as a backdrop.

 

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And then, check out the “adoring, honeymoon look”….

 

 

One of my early Prague photos from Craig…

 

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Back here at home, my ever-changing bookstack…books brought from the office to this “up next” stack…

 

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That’s my spotlight for this week.  What is yours?

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12 thoughts on “HUMP DAY SPARKS: MORE PRAGUE PHOTOS, ETC.

    1. Thanks, Deb, my eldest son has lived there longer than any of his other European cities of choice. He first went in 1997; moved to Berlin in 2008; and back to Prague in 2015.

      Sadly, we’re still dealing with triple digits, but so far, we haven’t hit 110.

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