Martin Mojzis / Fine Art Photography and Graphic Art Atelier.
View to the west, downstream of the river Labe. Litomerice.

LITOMERICE.

PHOTOGRAPHIC WANDERINGS.

April 7, 2022.
Near the Porta Bohemica gorge, on the southern slope of the Ceske stredohori and the western edge of the Labe lowland, the Garden of Bohemia under the Radobyl mountain, at the confluence of the Ohre and the Labe. One of the oldest Czech towns, royal in the Middle Ages. The city of life and death of Karel Hynek Macha. Since 1950, the historic core of the city is a conservation area.

Founded: 1219, population: 24 000, altitude: 222 m, region: Ustecky.


PHOTOGRAPHIC GEAR.
Photographic camera Fujifilm X-H1.

Camera:

Fujifilm X-H1.

Photographic 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:



View to the west, downstream of the river Labe. Litomerice. On the left Baroque church of the Annunciation, on the right Tyrs bridge. Litomerice. On the left church of the Annunciation, on the right jesuit college. Litomerice. The building of the District court. Litomerice. Intersection of Na Valech and Novobranska streets. Litomerice. High school and youth home Pohoda. Litomerice. View from Zizkova street to the back of houses in Rooseveltova street. Litomerice. The building of the District public prosecutor's office. Litomerice. The building of the District public prosecutor's office as seen from Jirasek orchards. Litomerice. A view through the Zizkova street towards the Neo-Gothic baptist (also red) church. Litomerice. Intersection of Rooseveltova and Sladkova streets. Litomerice. Intersection of Rooseveltova and Sladkova streets. Litomerice. Diaconia of the Czech brethren evangelical church. Litomerice. Maj cinema. Litomerice. Intersection of Sovova and Na Valech streets. Litomerice. Kindergarten and primary school building. Litomerice. In addition to measuring time, the clock on 5th May street will also refresh with a gentle mist of water on hot days. Litomerice. Tyrs bridge. Litomerice. Yacht division, on the right in the background mountain Sedlo. Litomerice. Bus station. Street Marie Pomocne. Litomerice. View from the city walls to the south, on the right chapel of st. Jan Krtitel. Litomerice. On the left royal Gothic Litomerice castle, the building of the Municipal cultural facilities adjoining on the right. Litomerice. Elementary school building in Na Valech street. Litomerice. Vaclav Havel park, on the left building of jesuit observatory. Litomerice. Church of st. Vojtech. Litomerice. Vaclav Havel park, in the background the building and the chimney of the brewery. Litomerice. Vaclav Havel park, left in the background the tower at the cathedral of st. Stepan. Litomerice. Jesuit observatory, now the Marionette museum. Litomerice. Vaclav Havel park, left the wall of the city fortifications. Litomerice. Vaclav Havel park, in the background the chimney of the brewery. Litomerice. One of three circular metal plates depicting the universe. The constellations of the northern sky are depicted on this. Litomerice. On the left is the Baba bastion, behind it the town hall building. Litomerice. Domske square, in the background the lookout tower at the cathedral of st. Stepan. Litomerice. Church of st. Vaclav. Litomerice. View from the Domske square to the east towards the church of the Annunciation. Litomerice. Mirove square, in the middle a stone tower, on the right a baroque fountain. Litomerice. Karel Hynek Macha library. Litomerice. The town hall building. Litomerice. Houses on the Mirove square. Litomerice. Mirove square. Litomerice. Macha stairs. Litomerice. Monument to Karel Hynek Macha. Litomerice. Tyrs bridge, view to the south. Litomerice. Tyrs bridge, view to the north. Litomerice. View from Tyrs bridge to the jesuit college and the church of the Annunciation. Litomerice. Pisecny island. Litomerice.

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

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