This weekend I made a startling discovery: I never posted any of the pictures I took with my Leica from my trip to Amsterdam and Prague in April for Jeff's wedding. Doesn't that sound unbelievable? I must have posted these before, right? Nope. It really doesn't look like it. I developed about 450 images in Lightroom...so this took a while and I just posted pictures from my other camera while I was working on the M8 pictures. And then I never posted them. SO NOW I'M POSTING THEM! With minimal commentary because it's the same story as before. Just different pictures.
So, yeah. On the way to Prague I had a nice long layover in Amsterdam. I'd been there for work 2 years before and I was real glad to revisit some favorite things from that trip. And not in freezing cold weather, too.
And then off to Prague I went! Here's pictures from my first day there, walking around with Ryan and Helen and Cassie.
These are Czech churros. Don't let anyone tell you they aren't. We did not eat enough of them.
Ryan met a bubble.
The Happy Couple! (Just not our happy couple)
We took half of a free tour.
Ran into a soccer parade.
And met up with our people.
Crossed the famous bridge (that's the pictures above) and explored the Castle (below).
Next Day: Stopped at that famous bone church and another church on our way to the castle where we'd be spending the night.
Castle Tour Guide. A Hero of the trip.
We went to this storybook town for exploring and dinner that evening.
Jeff's niece and nephew were taking profile pics the whole time we were there.
The next morning: Wedding Time!
Compañeros de Cuarto
Amigos, o algo.
The next morning, after returning to Prague the night before, we went out into nature. I'm a big fan of nature when it's all rocks and ravines and cliffs and boulders and stuff.
Back in the city, more churros.
We watched these kids do dance routines for a few more musical numbers than you'd think we would.
The next morning, at like 3, we were up and at 'em and off to the airport to return to our respective cities. What a nice little trip we had. Hard to believe it was more than three months ago.