Posts Tagged "Winter"

The Leaning Tree

Posted by on Feb 8, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Leaning Tree

I went to the highest peak of the Czech Republic last Sunday. The weather was great and I came back with some interesting images. This one is from almost the top.

Where I took this photo:

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Tunnel Vision

Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, Ghent, HDR, Night, Travel, Winter | Comments Off on Tunnel Vision

If you have a wide-angle lens and you get yourself under the bridge or in some kind of tunnel, it’s always hard to resist and not take the picture. I didn’t resist:).

Where I took this photo:

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The Italian Alps

Posted by on Sep 30, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Italy, Travel, Winter | Comments Off on The Italian Alps

The mountains like these make me feel really small. Nevertheless I enjoy staying around them whether it’s in summer or in winter. Not surprisingly I love taking pictures of them:). This one is from the resort Passo Tonale.

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River Vltava in Troja

Posted by on Jan 16, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, Prague, Winter | Comments Off on River Vltava in Troja

Today was finally sunny after many dark days here in Prague so I went for a short walk by the river Vltava. This photo shows that the water level was a lot above its normal.

There is a road to the right of those trees in the left and many people run, walk or skate there. But not today:). I’ve lived here for over four years now and I’ve never seen this river this huge. Anyway, this picture is an HDR from three exposures, shot handheld (as I left my tripod at home). Hope you like it.

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Behind the Old Town Square

Posted by on Dec 18, 2010 in Canon EOS 60D, Christmas, HDR, Prague, Winter | Comments Off on Behind the Old Town Square

This photo was taken right from behind the Old Town Square in Prague.

I have to say it was really cold outside and I had difficulties taking any pictures as my hands were freezing. Luckily my camera didn’t freeze:).

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