Less a square than a boulevard, Wenceslas Square has the shape of a very long (750 m, total area 45,000 m²) rectangle, in a northwest–southeast direction. The street slopes upward to the southeast side. At that end, the street is dominated by the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum. The northwest end runs up against the border between the New Town and the Old Town.(source:Wikipedia)
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willperrett (3057) 2013-02-24 8:53
A lovely near-symmetrical composition that is very pleasing. I'm very glad you managed to find a foreground with clean, untrodden snow: quite difficult in a city! It makes the whole place look magical. Maybe Jan Palach didn't die in vain...
Antipodean (1100) 2013-02-24 10:16
Kia ora Jan,
A great composition. Excellent depth of field which certainly captures all the elements of a snowy square. Well done. Cheers, Neil