Martin Mojzis / Fine Art Photography and Graphic Art Atelier.
Square Miru in Klatovy before the storm.

KLATOVY – PART I.

PHOTOGRAPHIC WANDERINGS.

March 27, 2022.
Surrounded by the Blatenska upland and the Svihovska and Vserubska highlands, by the Drnovy creek. Founded by king Premysl Otakar II, one of the richest cities in Bohemia during the Renaissance. The Sumava gate, now the second largest city in the Plzensky region with a developed food, woodworking and optical industry. A unique city monument reserve with a characteristic Cerna tower and the neighboring white church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and st. Ignac.

Founded: 1260, population: 22 000, altitude: 405 m, region: Plzensky.


PHOTOGRAPHIC GEAR.
Photographic camera Fujifilm X-H1.

Camera:

Fujifilm X-H1.

Lens Fujinon XF 16 – 55 mm 1:2.8 R LM WR.

Lens:

Fujinon XF 16 – 55 mm 1:2.8 R LM WR.

Circular photographic filter.

Filters:

Schneider Kreuznach B+W MRC Nano UV-Haze XS-Pro 77 mm.
Schneider Kreuznach B+W MRC Nano Käsemann Circular Polariser XS-Pro 77 mm.

Photographic tripod.

Tripod:



Square Miru, houses on the east side. Klatovy. Baroque pharmacy U Bileho jednorozce. Klatovy. View from square Miru to Divadelni street. Klatovy. City hall. Klatovy. The south side of square Miru as seen from the intersection of Videnska and Planicka streets. Klatovy. Jesuit church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and st. Ignac. Klatovy. Interier of the church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and st. Ignac. Klatovy. A close up view of the main front door of the church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and st. Ignac. Klatovy. Clock on the Cerna tower. Klatovy. South facade of the church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary and st. Ignac seen from Balbinova street. Klatovy. Square Miru. Klatovy. Balbinova street. Klatovy. Entrance to the Klatovy catacombs. Denisova street. Klatovy. A bookmark depicting the basic features and periods of architectural styles lying on the paving of Balbinova street. Klatovy. A connecting bridge between the former jesuit college and the jesuit grammar school, called the Klatovsky prampouch. Klatovy. Intersection of Denisova and Balbinova streets. Klatovy. The building of the Permanent theater stage of Klatovy. Kpt. Jarose street. Klatovy. View from the intersection of Vaclavska and Krizova streets towards the Bila tower. Klatovy. View of the Bila tower from the west. Klatovy. The building of the Josef Klicka elementary art school and Elementary school. Klatovy. A closer look at the lower part of the facade of the Josef Klicka elementary school of art and Elementary school. Klatovy. Flowerbeds in front of the building of the Josef Klicka elementary art school and Elementary school. Klatovy. View through Krameriova street to the Bila tower. Klatovy. Archdeacon's church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Klatovy. Interior of the church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Klatovy. Facade of the church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Klatovy. House no. 6 in Pavlikova street. Klatovy. Roman catholic parish of Klatovy. Archbishop's house, so-called Superiorat. Klatovy. View from Jirsikova street to Archbishop's house. Klatovy. Nadrazni street. Klatovy. Sokol house. Klatovy. View from Hostasovy orchards towards the church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Klatovy. Monument to the victims of communist arbitrariness by Olbram Zoubek. Klatovy. Stone staircase with a wooden railing. Hostasovy orchards. Klatovy. Entrance of the Primary school in Planicka street. Klatovy. View to the west along Balbinova street, slowly sinking into the night. Klatovy.

© Martin Mojzis, 2022.
Photographies: © Martin Mojzis, 2021.

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