Prague on Film | Dallas Texas Photographer
I am the worst procrastinator when it comes to developing my film. This blog post is from our trip to Prague, Czech Republic back over Christmas. We had heard how amazing the Prague Christmas markets were so we decided to spend the 2016 holiday in Prague. Sipping glühwein around the several Christmas markets, checking out the beautiful Czech architecture, walking around St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague castle, the world's oldest operating astronomical clock and just wandering around like locals. This was definitely a trip for foodies, the food in Prague is one of my favorites in Europe thus far. Christmas ham slow-roasted on a spit, stands serving fresh kielbasa -which by the way, is infinitely better than the kielbasa you find in the US. One of my favorite eats in Prague is the infamous Trdelník. It's a sweet pastry bread that's coated in egg wash, twisted around a dowel while it spins slowly over a hot flame, and then rolled in a cinnamon sugar mixture. Other variations of a Trdelník are smothered in Nutella, whipped cream, ice cream, savory toppings, so many possibilities! The main Christmas market also serves a fresh fish soup to the homeless on Christmas eve. Even though many of the shops were closed over the holiday, we had such a nice time visiting this beautiful city and can't wait to go back some day.
Photos taken with a Canon EOS 1V camera and 50L lens, Fuji 400H film rated at 200, developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab in Spain.