Wednesday, April 15, 2009

This corner of the world


Few girls had this idea of posting a view from everybody's corner of the world on the blog and this is the street view that I share. It is in Prague, one of the many curvy streets, nothing special among others, it just felt to me like a nice scenario with a sunny sky and an average life beneath.

12 comments:

caitlin said...

Isn't it funny, how to you this might not be that special, but to someone like me that's all the way across the world it's fantastic art? I love this corner sharing! Thanks for sharing yours.

Ian said...

Not only girls. I like Prague a lot.

Ian said...

One thing you should never do when you're blogging is cut out half of the world.

Anyway, I've added you to my Corner View links.

Jeannette said...

I would love to see Prague. My husband was allready there and loved it. Hope to go there this fall.
So I enjoy your corner of the world especially. Looking forward to see more.

trinsch said...

a very nice scenario indeed. i would love to visit prague one day, i hear it's such a beautiful city.

jane said...

Thanks for visiting! I was in Prague last year and fell in love with your city! Thanks for sharing. Can´t wait to see more!-Jane

The Girl in the Yellow Shoes said...

Special to me! I think it is absolutely beautiful.

Ritva said...

i´m in love with your city too! great corner of the world!

state of bliss said...

This is wonderful. You think- an ordinary street, but yet- there is this special magic around...

I love Prague. I miss Prague.

I used to study Czech language and literature. Hrabal is my favourite writer. I basically love everything what's Czech.

You are a lucky girl :)

raining sheep said...

What a great street. You might think it is not special but trust me...it is. My street is so boring in comparison. The typical North American neighborhood with houses and cars. I like you view better - it's a little more romantic.

Magdaléna said...

Thanks for nice comments. I rather meant that the street isn't anything special IN PRAGUE, I could have taken other pictures to show how beautiful the town is, but did not want to be so picturesque and rather chose something every day like.

state of bliss said...

Thank you for a nice comment on my blog.
Yes, I still can speak Czech but I've forgotten a lot because I haven't been using the language since I finished studies 5 years ago. But I do understand a lot, Polish and Czech are similar although I must admit that Czech grammar is really dificult to learn.
Walbrzych, myy home-town in Poland, is only around 20 km away from the border with Czech and I used to cycle to your beautiful country, discovering wonderful places like Trutnov or Broumov. I also have family near Cesky Brod (they live in small village called Klucov). When I was a child I used to visit them a lot and that's when my love for Czech began.

Have a great Sunday! :)