Martin Mojzis / Fine Art Photography and Graphic Art Atelier.
Karel Pippich theater. Chrudim.

CHRUDIM.

PHOTOGRAPHIC WANDERINGS.

March 16, 2022.
Northeast of the Zelezne mountains, in the southern part of the Vychodolabska table, in the Chrudimska basin on the Chrudimka river. Once the first Premysl fort, now the second largest town in the Pardubicky region. Local railway junction.

Founded: 1055, population: 23 000, altitude: 240 m, region: Pardubicky.


PHOTOGRAPHIC GEAR.
Photographic camera Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II.

Camera:

Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II.

Photographic lens Olympus M. Zuiko Digital 14 – 42 mm 1 : 3.5 – 5.6 II R.

Lens:

Olympus M. Zuiko Digital 14 – 42 mm 1 : 3.5 – 5.6 II R.

Circular photographic filter.

Filter:

Kenko Realpro UV ASC MC 37 mm.

Photographic tripod.

Tripod:



Entrance door of the Karel Pippich theater. Chrudim. Stairs, light and shadows. Karel Pippich theater. Chrudim. The Hus choir building in Roosevelt Street. Chrudim. View from the staircase from Kozeluzsky mlyn to Siroka street, in the background the building of the Regional museum. Chrudim. Shop with photographic supplies in Siroka street. Chrudim. Memories in paving. Siroka street. Chrudim. Gothic church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Resselovo square. Chrudim. One of the side entrances to the church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Chrudim. Houses on Zizkovo square. Chrudim. Monument to Master Jan Hus by czech sculptor Josef Maratka. Chrudim. Rear entrance to the primary school Chrudim, Skolni square. Chrudim. Novomestska fountain from 1873. Chrudim. View from Bretislavova street to Zizkovo square. Chrudim. Regional museum in the rays of the early evening Sun. Chrudim. Stepankova street. Chrudim. Jackdaws fly around the Mydlarovsky house. Chrudim. The houses in Soukenicka street are reflected on the surface of the narrow branch of the Chrudimka river. Chrudim. Artificially created meanders on the narrow arm of the river Chrudimka. Chrudim. Evening at Chrudim railway station in Ceskoslovenske armady street. Chrudim.

© Martin Mojzis, 2022.
Photographies: © Martin Mojzis, 2019.

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