Prague – Through Her Eyes

Not to be outdone by her older brother, Miss A took to her camera. What follows is a photo journey of Prague through the eyes of a 7-year-old.

Note: It is very difficult for a one that engages in perpetual motion to capture a steady shot, making many of these both surprising and eye opening to us.

(As we all know Miss A never stands still, and never in fact walks; rather she dances through life figuratively and literally every where she goes.)



Next up…we say goodbye to our home in Poland.


11 thoughts on “Prague – Through Her Eyes

  1. ChgoJohn says:

    Miss A has the “eye”. She’s quite a good photographer for any age. Imagine what she’ll be like when she actually stops to take a photo. 🙂 When I was in Prague, it wasn’t long after the communists were booted out. Most streets were lined with black, soot-covered buildings, an unfortunate side effect of years of coal burning. WIth tourist dollars just beginning to arrive, the only place that had been renovated was the main square. Lined with brightly colored buildings, entering the square after walking blocks and blocks of black buildings was similar to Dorothy entering Munchkinland from her tornado tossed farm house. Like Berlin, I’d love to go back and see what they’ve accomplished. The city must be breathtaking.

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