Old Parliament Building – Prague
I went off to Prague with only two lenses. The Fuji 23mm f2 and a Helios 58mm 44-2 f2. So the widest I had was a 35mm FF equiv.
The Old Parliament Building in Prague is enormous and quite a site. It sits next to the National Museum, a huge building looking like a palace. Lots of people were photographing the National Museum but I was the only one next door shooting this 🙁
A beautiful piece of Prague Brutalism (Russian Functionalism), the old Parliament building is huge and I could only just get the building in the frame. I then decided with so much detail and texture it would be worth an image stitch. I went with a 3×3, nine image set of images. Here is the result, 42 megapixels of sheer Prague Brutalism from the Fujifilm X Pro 2 🙂 Reminds me a bit of Tracy Island, Thunderbirds lol!
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