I’m calling these the lost photos from Prague, not so much because they were ever missing, but because I was lost when I took many of them.
We, like most other people who visit a place for the first time, have a tendency to wander aimlessly when not occupied with other Must see all the sights! Must eat all the foods! travel-related pursuits. With Google Maps as a safety net if we end up getting too turned around, these walks with no real destination in mind are always one of my favorite parts about visiting a new city. And they’re usually where I end up taking some of my favorite photos from our holiday as well, hence this post.
The rest of the photos in this series are ones I didn’t have a spot for on other posts about Prague, but loved too much to leave neglected on my hard drive for all of eternity. I used to create a series of random travel snapshots from all of our trips during my early blogging days, but quit doing that somewhere along the way. I just might bring that back going forward. It’s so much fun to look through and find photos of things that made our trip special, but don’t necessarily have an explanation to go along with them.
If you’d like to see photos from Prague where I actually can tell you where I was when I took them, check out Monday’s post, 15 Awesome Photography Locations In Prague. And because it’s fall break and I’ve got my little chick here with me, waiting for me to finish this so we can do something more interesting than stare at our computer screens, I’m going to end here and let the pictures tell the rest of the story.
Shortest blog post on The Wanderblogger, ever. :)