One of the peculiarities of my photographs is the absence of post-production work or retouching. The images emerge from their boxes and that’s how they are presented. In this case the picture was taken at twilight and with such light conditions exposure can be of several hours. It’s usual in these cases for me to leave the camera during the exposure time and then come back after several hours, once the picture is taken. I like to leave matrioskas abandoned around Prague.
Undoubtedly appreciating a sunrise or sunset from the Vltava River is an enjoyable privilege from any of its banks without losing beauty. But we cannot deny that if to this scenario, we add as a backdrop the Prague Castle _as it happens from Mánesův_, the feeling is even more pleasant. After the viewing, we can always take the tram that leads to the castle itself.
This photograph of Mánesův most is part of Project 57, the artistic project that we make from the BoHo Hotel to show new corners and new perspectives of Prague. You can find it in a large-scale format in room 012 of our hotel.