Wednesday, October 30, 2013


I'm finally almost done catching up on sharing photos from the Europe tour the Mr. and I did awhile ago. (The first three stops are here, here and here). Our fourth stop was Prague, one of my favourite cities from the trip. There's so much ornate beauty everywhere throughout the city - cobble stone roads, rusty red rooftops, dark statues, gold accents, stained glass windows, and colourful buildings to name a few. Walking around the city there's this mix of old-world and modern - you have a subway/metro system under the city and then the Prague Castle perched up high on the hillside acting as a constant reminder of the city's older roots. There's Gothic touches throughout the architecture that give the city this eerie, dark vibe and then there's a romantic feeling to it as well. There's love locks and the John Lennon Wall with years and years of messages of love on it. Looking back at these photos makes me want to go back and explore those cobble-stone streets again and enjoy some of the best food I've ever eaten - sigh!

{Photos © Laura Clarke Photography - shot with my Canon G9}


  1. Gorgeous photos! I would love to go to Prague one day, maybe during December time; they must have an amazing Christmas market.

    1. Agreed! The markets would be amazing in the winter and all those red roofs with a touch of white snow would look so pretty!