Every person needs to take one day away. A day in which one consciously separates the past from the future. A day away in which no problems are confronted, no solutions searched for. Having just returned from a glorious Prague vacation, i could not agree with that more.
I had a wonderful time while i was away at Prague doing my travel photo shooting. I reconnected with dear friends, visited some exciting places i love to return to time and time again. I took the time to relax, reflect and reconnect with myself. I honestly relished every single day of my vacation. The glorious end to a happy and fruitful vacation can be a little bit sad. With every step closer to home, the feeling of freedom, calm and relaxation slowly melts away.
I am inspired by all i have seen and done these past few weeks and as shared with you before - "Inspiration" is key. By taking some time out for myself, i was able to re-connect with what brings me joy and with what gets me going.
The architecture of Prague is varied and wonderful, with many beautifully preserved buildings in decrepit condition. A beautiful public square of stunning homes and apartment houses would be adjacent to blocks and blocks of squalid abodes. The magnificent and elegant buildings that house an astonishing collection of artifacts is next door to a crumbling and ramshackle mansion built in the same era.
People i had met at Prague were warm and welcoming. Their culture is vibrant. Their music is fabulous. Some of my favorite parts of the vacation were the walks along the historical streets, so simple and special. Time that will always be remembered and never can be taken. This trip has become another memorable meaningful travel in my life. I am truly contented and blessed for able to lead such a fulfilling life.
The countless of photos with stories / thoughts taken at Prague will be unveiled soon in a series of blog posts according to the places explored in Prague. Please continue to stay close tune to my photography blog for constant updates! :-)
A freelance Singapore-based travel photographer / photojournalist. I seek the extraordinary, but finds beauty in the everyday. Life is interesting, capture it.
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