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Driving home this evenining the sun peaked through the clouds for about 20 minutes for the first time in the day. I stopped the car when I saw this sight and took 3 pictures. It was gone 5 minutes later. Timing is so important in photography isnt it!
The New Bohemia and Czech Village neighborhoods in Cedar Rapids have undergone significant rebuilding since the floods of 2008. This is an aerial panorama looking southeast from Riverside Park. The Time Czech Museum and a portion of Czech Village can be seen on the right half of the picture on the west shore of the Cedar River. The New Bohemia district is located across the 12th Ave Bridge on the eastern shore of the Cedar River. It's exciting to see the new life spring up in this area.
Photos taken on a spring morning in late May using a tethered quadcopter and Ricoh GR camera.
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Prague Czech Republic.
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The two 82 meter (269ft) high steeples of the cathedral.
St. Vitus Cathedral, dominates the skyline wherever you are in city.
The cathedral was commissioned by Charles IV, and construction began in 1344. it took almost six centuries to complete, with the final phase of construction in the period 1873-1929.
It is the largest and most important church in Prague, St. Vitus Cathedral has also been the site of the coronation of Czech kings and queens.
The Great South Tower of the Cathedral was founded in the late 14th century, then reconstructed in the 16th and again in the 18th centuries. The tower holds the biggest bell in the Czech Republic, called Žikmund, which dates from the 16th century.
HDR photo of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Building in Prague. Created from a single exposure. Shot with a Canon 450D with a Sigma 18-200mm lens.
An old scan since I was in Czech 1999. That´s about when I got interested in photography.
La 163-256 di ČD Cargo è qui ripresa in uscita dall'impianto di Česká Třebová (CZ), con un treno di carbone in direzione ovest.
ČD Cargo 163-256 is seen here leaving the yard at Česká Třebová, Czech Republic, whilst working a westbound coal train.
Famous Czech Krumlov. View through small window in the castle fence. Enjoy folks!
May 2009 - Hukvaldy - Czech Republic
A photograph of a castle somewhere in the Czech Republic. It deserved a texture make-over.
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Morning from the top of the Javori hory mountains.
A big hill in the background is called Snezka, the highest Czech mountain.
Sigma 18-200 @ 155mm
Polarizer + ND8 + Grad ND4 (Cokin)
A trial of some scans I've being doing this afternoon, to see how they look after processing. The trusty T90's with fixed Canon lenses on Provia don't seem to have fared too badly in atrocious lighting - but any criticisms will be gratefully received.
Following the end of Communism, a number of "Red Star" events were held in the Czech Republic, featuring operational steam from the post war era. Many of these events were organised by Ad van Sten of Rotterdam, and functioned as charters on the mainline, with stops at various places to allow car borne photographers to get ahead for their next shot - something similar to Plandampf in the former DDR.
This event featured a pair of CSD 2-10-0's of Class 556, built in the 1950's by Škoda in Plzeň, then known as the Lenin Works. For British viewers, think 9F but even more wonderful, with their Witte style deflectors and stylish tenders! The locos with substantial matching freight train headed north from Brno to Česká Třebová and back over a weekend - this line was subsequently modernised and electrified later in the 90's and so such an event would no longer be possible.