More winter photos from Dĕčín. From the top: a park, bells of a baroque church, the park again, a 17th century sala terrena which stands in the Rose garden, and the roof of the baroque church with sculptures.
All the winter photos are now in the set Winter in Dĕčín.
~ by veronikab on 6 January, 2009.
Posted in photography, travel Tags: church, Czech Republic, Decin, park, photo, photography, photos, snow, winter
Wow! These are some beautiful shots. Do you normally get this much snow in Czech Republic. That much snow is definitely not unusual in central Pennsylvania, USA. I would love to see that part of the world. My extent of international travel would be Italy. I actually picked up on your blog in a round about way searching for Czech Republic and Moravian history. That lead me to table weaving and your blog came up. You have some very interesting post and beautiful photography.
R. Houston Sneed said this on 7 January, 2009 at 12:48 am | Reply
Was going to comment on these in Flickr. But as they’re all great shots (particularly like the top left, top right and bottom left ones), I’ve got to praise them here! Very beautiful shots.
Richard Gillin said this on 8 January, 2009 at 1:47 pm | Reply
Thank you both! I am glad you like the photos.
R. Houston Sneed, thanks also for saying how you came across my blog.
This much snow is not usual in the Czech Republic and certainly not in such a relatively low lying city as Decin. I was really lucky to have this snow photo opportunity during my holiday there.
veronikab said this on 11 January, 2009 at 7:59 pm | Reply
Love that blue light in the trees with the “pink” snow. Great photos.
Audrey Bunt said this on 11 January, 2009 at 9:59 pm | Reply
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