Weekend Reflections – Prague, Czech Republic




Ukapra – House sign near Old Town Square, Prague

Unfortunately, I could not find the meaning of “Ukapra”.
Any idea about?
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James Weekend Reflections – Newtown Area Photo
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44 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Prague, Czech Republic

  1. Great reflections and thanks for memories from my beloved city:)
    'U kapra' means 'At Carp's' (carp – fish is very popular here and in Chech and it's delicious!!!)
    Happy weekend to you my friends:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  2. I do like your snow falling window pictures. I also like the look of the older buildings. They look to be very well cared for. Elegant looking. Sophisticated places.

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  3. Leia, I love the way you captured the image, then took us more deeply into what we were seeing by showing us the elements in the reflection.

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  4. Great reflection! The sign is perfectly framed by the dots. I like the way you broke it down for us with the three photos.

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  5. Love your reflection, Leia!! And I, too, really like the way you did it with three pictures. Wonderful and so colorful! Have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  6. Hi Friends, I love the good memories of Prague captured in your lovely photos! I don't know what Ukapra means either but I like the sculpture a lot. I especially adore that top photo!

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  7. Simply gorgeous! My middle daughter loves Prague and keeps telling us to go there!
    I've been told that carp is extremely bony and therefore difficult to eat but I guess it's all to do with preparation 😉

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  8. I'd love to visit Prague! It seems like a photographer's dreamland. Your window reflections are so colorful and pretty…as are the buildings themselves. Very nice…and, I also REALLY like your header!

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  9. Wonderful reflection and beautiful shots. My son is going to be studying in Prague next Spring, so I'll make sure he sees these pictures. Have a great weekend.

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  10. Looks kinda Christmasy! But cheerful. How'd you get to Prague? I thought you were going to olden villages in Germany! 🙂

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  11. Isn't it one of the greatest cities of the world !?! Nicely set in scene by your photography. Please have you all a nice start into the weekend.

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  12. Sparkling reflections of crystal snow. I would love to peek inside at the Swarovski 🙂
    Happy Weekend to you both and Luna.
    ☼ Sunny

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  13. The Swarorovski display makes the reflection look so magical! I don't know what the word means either, but the figure looks like a monk-fishmonger. 😉

    Have a happy weekend, dear friends!

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  14. Very beautiful reflections! I love the way you showed the various shots – and that window does look like shining snowfall!

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  15. Hi Cezar: Re your question on Stone Creek – Longleaf is a neighborhood of single-family homes…there are two neighborhoods comprised of villas or twin homes: Santa Fe (where we live) and Pinebrook. The other neighborhoods are all comprised of single-family dwellings.

    Hope you're having a good weekend!

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  16. I love to shop for crystals and make fancy jeweleries!

    The snow falling looks like multiple bulbs, what a great capture!

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  17. Esses 'bonecos' nas casas de Praga, indicadores da profissão do original proprietário (se bem me lembro…) são demais! Tenho imensa pena de não ter fotografado todos!

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  18. Great pictures (you know, my home town, it MUST be great 🙂
    The carp is the main Christmas meal (my family has every Christmas Eve carp´s soup, carp with potato salad and sweets).

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