All following phots were taken by me. I was taking them with a Beirette half-automatic camera, focal length 42mm, lens speed f/2.8.
Used film materials were Kodak Gold and Fuji Superia. Paper, on which a fotolab copied the images, was Kodak. The images were scanned from the paper. You might see the photos abolutely ugly beause of some gamma correction inability in your X Server or browser.
The River Vltava from sighting point at Farky.
The River Vltava from Troja pedestrian bridge, Prague.
The River Vltava from Klecany. Klecany are a village couple kilometers northward from Prague.
The Baba Ruin in Dejvice, Prague.
The end of Cimice Valley, Prague.
A cliff somewhere up in the Swiss Alps.
Clouds above Prague.
Clouds above Cimice Valley, Prague.
Sun setting above Bohnice, Prague.
Sunlit clouds during sunset above Bohnice in Prague.
Lake in Swiss alps.
St. Matthew's Church at the verge of Sarka Valley, Prague.
A mist above Vltava at Klecany, a village several kilometers northwards from Prague.
Night in Cimice, Prague.
Central Prague viewed from a construction site at Velka Skala.
A rainbow above Cimice, Prague.
A road on one of the Swiss Alps' passes
A sunset taken from Cimice, Prague
A sunset taken through trees looming above Bohnice, Prague
Panel houses at Bohnice and fireworks people were firing on New Year's Eve 1999->2000.
The sun shining into the objective in a wood.
The Konopiste Chateau.
A colza field in front of Cimice Wood.
A Menhir in Chabry, Prague that allegedly comes somewhere from Stirka or Velka Skala.
Prepared animals as hunter's trophies on Konopiste Chateau, which were forbidden to be photographed, but the lady told it to me too late.
Sight of Cimice Valley, Prague, through a tree, behind which the sun sets.
Thress trees at the very beginning of the Cimice Valley, Prague.
Last change 20th June 2000