Vyšehrad // Prague

Vysehrad - Prague

Vysehrad – Prague

Newly acquired diving skills

Newly acquired diving skills


Alright, here we are again…I am well aware of the fundamental law of blogging – blog regularly stupid – but I had to take a break from photography and blogging. I chose to travel a little bit, acquired new diving skills (as posted here, see also the second picture), went to conferences in Austria and Italy, applied for jobs and finally got one. Based in Vienna now, I didn’t really have the time to get out with my camera. I kinda dislike coming back with old material but, on the other hand, I didn’t want 2015 to go by without one more post before 2016 awaits me with new adventures. A classical trade-off for the econ-nerd. The year started with many difficulties and ends with a fresh start…in between some diving, travelling, photography, PhD-thesis and meeting so many great and inspiring people while doing all of that.

The photograph was taken around my birthday last year and shows the cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Vyšehrad, the second fortress of Prague a little outside the city center. You’ll have a wonderful view of the river Vltava passing by and some remarkable views of the city (trying to find some suitable photographs to show you next time). It was my first visit to Prague and the Czech Republic which is a bit shameful as I grew up in a city just 30 mins by car from the border to Czech Republic. However, I had a great time visiting Prague and the surrounding area. It is an amazingly beautiful city famous for its gothic old town with the famous Prague Castle. So load Smetana’s Vltava (my favourite piece of classical music) on your i-Thing and go there…drink, eat, see, and enjoy…Tata!

PS: Have a great start of the new year 2016 and some really amazing experiences, whether travel-related or other. Take care…and a dive here and there!


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