We survived some major snow apocalypse scenes in Venice by the time we got to Prague. Our jackets were full of battle scars and our luggage started to break down. Our condition was perfectly well fitted with Prague’s epic historical environment. We were drawn by the stone roads, the buildings and the feeling we couldn’t describe.
The sunrise was beyond unreal. Until this date, I’m still amazed by how fortunate we have been with Mr.Tri Tri and how it was able to rock our one-month session!
We walked back and forth in the city for almost a week. Prague was fairly small so everything is within 30 minutes walking distance.
As per usual, we were ready to chase the sunrises and fight the tourists for the best spots in the morning. I customized a detachable long train from the mermaid lace dress for Prague. The flowly train did its best to keep me warm thought it didn’t help that that much feeling how the wind just went straight through freezing my bones.
The scene with tourists was unreal. We got to Charles Bridge at 6:30 am but there were already a handful of photographers waiting to catch the same sunrise. Some like-minded-tourists also brought their tripod along. We had some advantages with our wedding-ish attire and invited/occupied the center of attraction with my huge train. A pro tip from our exp, be super extra and people would most likely step away and take pictures of you instead =P
It has always been a dream of mine to do my pre-wedding at the old-town-square in Prague. The famous Chinese song “布拉格广场” had my heart singing since age 15. It was a pity that the astronomical tower was under restoration process and we lost one of Jun’s favorite photo-op, but the old town square was by all means mesmerizing.