Blue Monday on May 31, 2010


Franz Kafka's house in Prague (close to the castle), Czech Republic. I love this shade of blue *smile.

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  1. Interesting... if you had cropped the right side and left only the first two houses, I would easily have mistaken them for traditional houses in a small Chinese alley (hutong)...

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  2. Nice, it reminds me of the movie Notting Hill. Have a great week ahead of you!

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  3. Looks like the low doorways simlar to those I've seen in Hastings UK. Did you spend much time in Prague?
    Many Blessings - Jan

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  4. Thanks Lana for dropping by. I saw the movie Notting Nill also. Lovely neighbourhood they were filming in (where Hugh Grant's character lived and worked). Have a great week too, Lani.

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  5. Hi Jan, the old building all seem low to the ground (no matter where they are found it seems and unless they are castles). I was in Prague for almost 2 weeks and I discovered that most tourists from Europe are only there for a weekend so I was quite the novelty at my old town hotel. I really enjoyed Prague as I was there during the Christmas markets. I also went to Kutna Hora in CR. Fascinating.

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  6. Very interesting, thank you for sharing!
    Happy BM!

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  7. Love the blue! I appreciate you sharing these pictures - I can travel to places I may never have the opportunity to visit!
    Thanks,
    Kathy

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  8. I love that shade of blue too! Happy Blue Monday.

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  9. I enjoyed your photos today sharing some of the buildings from a world I will never see. That blue one is very interesting.

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  10. Pretty! I love the bright colors...and the blue! Also, I love the picture at the top of your blog!


    Have a wonderful Blue Monday!

    Sarah

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  11. Yup like that shade of blue just easy to the eyes. Happy Monday!


    BM-Memorial day

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  12. It looks so colorful that it's like a street you'd expect to find in a fairy tale. It is a great shot. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  13. Nice, thank you for sharing, I love visiting new places, giggles even if only on the computer.
    Hugs for across the pond, Barbara

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  14. cool blue house! Happy Blue Monday <3

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  15. So Franz Kafka lived in a blue house? Somehow, that seems very appropriate! I'd love to visit Prague. Great photo.
    Happy Blue Monday!

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  16. This is really cool..reminds me of some house here on the Islands-

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  17. Nice entry! Love the shade of blue too.

    Thank you for dropping by

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  18. Juuu, Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička) - part of Prague Castle, I love it. But now this street is closed for one year :-(

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  19. Dear

    Prague is one of the most beautiful city in Europe...wonderful
    Nice shot
    congrats

    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/06/alexander-the-boy/I sent the massage...did u receive it????

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  20. Very cool! I love houses like these, different colors and such.

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  21. My parents were married in Prague. My dad was born in Czechoslovakia. Some day I'd love to visit too.

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  22. My parents were married in Prague. My dad was born in Czechoslovakia. Some day I'd love to visit too.

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  23. Very cool! I love houses like these, different colors and such.

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  24. So Franz Kafka lived in a blue house? Somehow, that seems very appropriate! I'd love to visit Prague. Great photo.
    Happy Blue Monday!

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