Better late than never, I guess.
I would like to announce that my Czech photography gallery is finally finished and available for viewing! Click the image below or this link to check it out. For a smaller, elite gallery of only the very best photographs, click here.
While working in Germany during the summer of 2008, I took two short excursions outside the country. The first was a visit to the Czech Republic organized by my friend and fellow astronomy graduate student, Pavel (the second was to Rome – this is featured in another gallery). A Prague native, Pavel showed me the city’s ins and outs before we embarked a mini road trip that took us through Brno (the Czech Republic’s second largest city), Salzburg and the Austrian Alps.
Despite some Alpine mountains and clouds, these photographs are definitely urban-centric. You’ll see images of Prague’s winding streets, Old Town Square and Prague Castle. Other highlights including some interesting art pieces from a gallery in Brno, the often overlooked astronomical tower in Prague’s Clementinum, and some striking city shots from the walls of Prague Castle.