September, 2006. I was in Prague for the first half of my European working trip as part of my Pepperdine MBA program.
While not a religious person (or, more precisely, as a person recovering from a religious upbringing) I’m still quite fascinated by architecture, stained glass, and the stunning cathedrals of the world.
This window was in the St. Vitus Cathedral, a part of the Prague Castle complex.
Fifteen years on, better equipment – it occurs to me that shots like these would be so much better today with a new camera with a much better sensor and much higher pixel counts, matched up with that glorious “light bucket” wide angle lens….
Yet another good reason to go back to Prague. As if I needed to create one!