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Prague, Czech Republic

 

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

In the words of architect Christian Norber-Schulz, “Prague changes like a precious stone to reflect the weather, time of day, and the season of the year.”

October in Prague is cold; and pre-sunrise is one of the harshest, yet most beautiful, parts of the day. Haze rises off slow moving rivers, an ambient glow outlines a hundred stone spires, and thick-skinned Czechs brave the bitter cold air. Needless to say, I was freezing my ass off.

These images were captured over a series of three days and aim to capture the light and mystery I felt discovering this magical, eastern European city.

Photographed by: Justin Kitrosser

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Ancient Sunrise | Ta Prohm, Cambodia

As I approached the ancient Buddhist temple of Ta Prohm, Cambodia, the sun was slowly beginning to bring a ghostly life back to the uncompromising structure. Erected between the 12th and 13th century by King Jayavarman VII, the ancient temple has struggled for survival against the awesome power of the relentless jungle.

The photograph, Ancient Sunrise, was taken just as the sun’s rays were starting to feed through the dense jungle tree line; while the center archway stands triumphantly, in the morning’s first light, just as it has for hundreds of years.

Photograph Title: Ancient Sunrise
Collection: Ta Prohm, Cambodia
Photographed by: Justin Kitrosser

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Street Collection

Whenever I travel to a new city, I always find myself taking solo walks to get in touch with the energy of the streets. These walks are usually best taken before the people of that city awake. You want to allow the city to speak for itself; as the streets, the buildings, the light and shadows, all tell a story that the people cannot.

Photograph Title: Pompidou | Paris
Collection: Street
Photographed by: Justin Kitrosser

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Dream | Halong Bay, Vietnam

While traveling through Vietnam, I visited this small floating village in Halong Bay; it was a fascinating sight. This young Vietnamese girl was the first thing that caught my eye. Her youth and confidence amazed me. As she slowly turned her vessel in my direction, I knew I captured something special. The emerald water is transcendent, and the direct view of this young child, in a world of water, can capture your imagination for hours.

Photograph: Dream | Halong Bay
Location: Vietnam
Photographed by: Justin Kitrosser