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My Praha: autumn colours at sunrise

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  1. Deremer Studios

    Great photos! Would love to get over to Europe some time. My church actually goes over there each year to teach English, but I haven’t gone on the trip yet. Maybe one day!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi! Thanks for your comment. I highly recommend Prague at any season, at any time of the year. I hope you’ll get to Europe soon, and you can also see Prague for yourself. Thanks again for reading!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi! I agree – Prague is great city to visit. When I saw the possibility of a clear morning, I made sure to get up early. I’d say I was fortunate to have been able to make these photographs, too. Thanks for dropping by!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Iva. Even with minor adjustments to brightness and contrast, the vibrancy of the colours seen here are true. Thanks for reading!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Laurel.

      I was very fortunate first to have been around for this fall sunrise; second that the colours were unbelievably deep, so much orange, yellow, and read; and third that I even managed to capture and photograph a small sampling of the light and colour for a short period of time … until the sun got too “high” in the sky!

      Thanks for your comment and for stopping by!

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  2. hogga

    OMG Henry! These are fantastic photos! You should make a calendar for Xmas, I do every year. It’s a big hit with the fam!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Lindsay. Thanks for your very kind comments!

      A Christmas/Advent or simply a new year’s calendar is a great idea. I’d even pursue it, if I wasn’t getting ready to pack and ship my belongings from Chile to Vancouver, and if I wasn’t planning and about to start my year of travel. 🙂

      Thanks again for stopping by!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Jade.

      The colours were incredible that October morning, and I felt very fortunate to have seen and made a photograph of the fall scene. The city itself is beautiful, but with that morning light and the changing of the colours, the combination verged on magical. What was even better – Charles Bridge was almost empty of tourists and pedestrians at the early hour.

      Thanks for your comment and for reading!

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    • fotoeins

      Hi, Lola. I’ve been to Prague a lot over the last five years, but what’s really cool is that when I feared I’d get bored after the eighth, ninth, or tenth visit, I always found something new in Praha which would blow my mind. I’d ask myself: how didn’t I see this before? There really is a *lot* to see and experience in Praha on both sides of the Vltava river. I’m really excited for you and Leah, and I wish I could visit Praha with y’all. 🙂 Thanks again for your comment!

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  3. Number 14: Prague’s autumn morning glow | Fotoeins WIDE

    […] There’s a reason why it’s called “the golden hour”, the time after sunrise when early-morning light covers everything in a warm glow. Looking up the sunrise time for Prague in early October, I arrived at Charles Bridge in time for the morning “fireworks”, as Petřín hill already dressed with leaves’ changing colours would slowly light up in the morning fire. Few were on the bridge at 730am; more trickled in over time, and by 9, the bridge was full of people. I wrote about “The colours of fall in Prague” in a post here. […]

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