In Rome the statues, in Paris the paintings, and in Prague the buildings suggest that pleasure can be an education.
If European cities were a necklace, Prague would be a diamond among the pearls.
Old Prague was a story-book city caked in grime: ancient, soot-blackened. History lived in every detail: in the deerstalker rooftops and the blue-sparking trams. He wandered the streets in disbelief, photographing everything…
___ Philip Sington