Some say that Prague is as beautiful as Paris, which is true in many ways. Both cities are equally gorgeous and yet both are quite different, unique in its own way. This would be my first visit to the bohemian city of Prague and I must say that the experience was absolutely amazing to say the least and in no small part thanks to the hospitality of Jan & Jitka, the amazing folks at Lida Guest House. For me, it was simply a home away from home. Of course, a beautiful city isn’t complete without its wonderful people. To this end I would like to thank the dancers we met at Malostranské náměstí for the wonderful dance routine despite the bitter-cold morning, the Icelandic ice-cream man for his champagne. In his own words, “A wedding isn’t complete without champagne”. And the Japanese and Spanish tourists who in some ways added a special touch to this series of photos. Last but not least, to Rick & Ishir who have been absolutely wonderful throughout the entire shoot, for trusting me with my artistic judgment in a city that is completely foreign to me and also for taking care of my Dad when I was busy scouting for location. This would be his first trip to Europe and I’m sure he’ll always remember both of you very fondly.
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Film: Kodak 400TX, Ilford HP5, Kodak Porta 400VC, Fuji Superia 800, Fuji Superia 1600