A Word A Week Photo Challenge – Weather

I love snow in Prague. Right now we have in Prague the weather you can see on my shots for A Word A Week Photo Challenge – Weather. I combined the shots that were done with and without flash. I want you to see the difference between them and choose which one is better. Usually I prefer shots without flesh, but here I like the ones with snowflakes taken with flash more.

Snowflakes at the Square of Republic are so big that you have to keep your eyes closed :-).

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Snowflakes at the Square of Republic

The top of the Wenceslas Square with a horse statue and St. Wenceslas, meeting place for Prague people. Meetings are mostly planned “bellow the tail” (of the horse). Big building behind is the Czech National Museum.

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St. Wenceslas on the horse

More walking in the snow at the Wenceslas Square.

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The traffic signs are reflective.

On the right side of the shot is a House of Fashion, opened during communistic regime to prove, that we (means: communistic countries) also have nice fashion and House of Fashion was the place where to buy it (for whole Czechoslovakia). On the other side of the square was a House of Food, similar, but not the only place with food in CS, but the only place with delicatesses.

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Snow

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bubblytee
    Jan 24, 2013 @ 14:58:26

    Wow, I’ve never seen such large snowflakes! They are like big cotton balls. 🙂

    Lovely entry. The snow makes the scenes look like a magical kingdom. 🙂

    Reply

  2. Amy
    Jan 24, 2013 @ 20:09:49

    Beautiful gallery for the weather theme! Snowflakes are big. Hope you are staying warm…

    Reply

  3. Island Traveler
    Jan 25, 2013 @ 03:43:44

    Now that is a lot of snow. Fun and exciting pictures. Thanks.

    Reply

  4. poppytump
    Jan 26, 2013 @ 15:51:43

    St Wenceslas on a horse would make a beautiful Christmas card Katy !

    Reply

  5. mycaymanianlife
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 06:07:10

    Wow, how beautiful! I miss Prague, one day I will return.

    Reply

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