A few weeks ago, my wife and I visited Prague in Czech Republic, to attend a research and photography project for the city. Prague is a wonderful city full of ilfe and character, and this will definitely not the last time we’ll look at the Astronomical Clock (or Prague Orloj) in the Old Town Square.
My birthday falls a week after our visit in Praha (Prague), and Mrs Panelomo had something planned for this trip. We visited FotoŠkoda Centrum, a very famous stop for photography enthusiasts. It was a haven for anyone into film (and digital) photography. Cosina, Mamiya, Pentax, Hasselblad, Polaroids, you name it – everything’s there. There’s even a display area catered to Lomography products.
To make this story short, we left the place with a Mamiya 528TL (48mm f/2.8 Copal). The camera review and a lomolocation dedicated to the city of Praha soon!
Again, thank you Mrs Panelomo. I love you (and my new camera).
written by panelomo on 2010-11-03