While I was there, I even tweeted (wryly) about how lovely it was, and I sent a postcard to E that began, “Prague is like a fairytale.”
When I looked at the photos I took in Prague, though, I was disappointed. They didn’t reflect the city’s atmosphere, the stunning architecture looked like any other collection of buildings, the colors were drab… I suppose it was cloudy for most of my visit. Hell, there was a freak snow storm while I was there!
Enter instagram — the easiest way to edit and manipulate photos.
For everyone who follows me on instagram (and if you don’t, may I suggest you take this opportunity to do so?), the last few weeks have been a deluge of photos of Prague in preparation for this post.
For those of you who haven’t seen any of these photos yet, I hope you enjoy my (heavily-filtered) take on Prague.
Taken any interesting photos lately? Let me know in the comments if you’re on instagram.
Emma Holliday is well-traveled. After 5 years in Boston, she and her husband upended their lives to move to Berlin where she is currently writing a (funny) book about travel and grief and attempting to learn German.