Listening to the advice of or host we went to the top of the mountain where our hotel was located on. It took us about 40 minutes to reach the top of it. I have shared some photos from the road to there. And now this is the time to show the view we were able to see from that mountain.
The image was created using Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 USM IS on its 70mm end in portrait orientation. The image was made as an HDR panorama using 23 HDR images. Then it was postprocessed in Photoshop.
If you remember from a recent post the Charles bridge has towers on both its side. We were rising to the top of the tower that is on the Nove Mesto (New Town) side. The way to the top was very narrow but reaching the top you may see the nice view on Prague.
This post is to show the view from Charles bridge tower on Nove Mesto. The image is an HDR panorama made of 6 HDR images merged of 3 images each.
This is another view from the Old Town Hall Tower. This is to the left side of the previous photo. Right in the center you may see the church of St. Nicolas (Chrám sv. Mikuláše) and the St. Vitus Cathedral in the left corner.
This photo is an HDR panorama made of 8 HDR images. Each HDR images was made of 3 images itself. After merging the panorama required some work with masks and blending with another images to solve the issues with highlight areas.
View From Old Town Hall Tower On Church Of St Nicolas
In the center of the Old Town there is the Old Town Hall (Staroměstská radnice). This Town Hall has started to serve in 1338, when King John of Luxembourg first granted the city council the right to a permanent location. The Town Hall has a tower that has 69.5 metres of height.
Rising up to the top of the Town Hall Tower, you may see the greatest view on the old Prague.
This is the panoramic HDR photo of the view from the Town Hall Tower. You may see the Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) and the Church of Our Lady Before Týn (Kostel Matky Boží před Týnem).
The photo was made of 10 HDR images made of 3 images each.