Fuji in Europe Part 23 - Palace, Cathedral and Prague

Walking a sloping narrow street, full of people and cars, towards the palace, you can see the beauty and craftsmanship of the old building lining the street.  Every building is different, yet they somehow fit very nicely together.  It was a hot and muggy day, with a promise of a storm in the air.  The climb was worth the effort though.  The view of Prague, was magnificent, and the palace wasn't too shabby either.  We didn't have time to go inside, as you can waste a day, stumbling through the halls of the palace (I hear it is beautiful inside), so we walked around, and popped in to a couple of churches.  Here again, the Czechs are more resourceful then the Germans.  In one church you had to pay to be allowed to take photos.  We got politely ushered out, because we didn't pay.  Interesting concept, but definitely not a new one.... :)


This time, again, because of the beautiful views, and tall spires of the cathedral, the Fuji 10-24mm f4 lens was a perfect choice.  As I said before this has to be one of my favorite lenses on the Fuji camera.  I like the range it covers, and I find it perfect for the wide shots of the beautiful landscapes.