Continuing the series, you may wonder what these three saints have in common?
The answer is: a cathedral in Prague that is so large, ordinary photographers like me, without special equipment, are completely unable to capture the Prague Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus, and Adalbert in its full glory.
So I display here some of my favorite snaps of the cathedral up close. In comparison with other large cathedrals, this one had a surprising amount of painted detail:
And the stone windows are spectacular:
And although it pains me to show it, here is yet another snap that truly proves it’s impossible to capture good images of huge cathedrals: