Although I had a busy schedule which included conducting a photographic workshop into Scotland, we were also able to include a couple of weeks during our long visit in the UK this summer, of touring around the Czech Republic. It’s always good to pop over to Europe when you have made the effort to fly this far from home. My ideal is to discover the secrets of just one country at a time, so we never ventured outside the Czech borders. Starting our drive after spending a few days in the wonderful city of Praque, we headed south to the World Heritage listed town of Cesky Krumlov. We then worked our way in a clock-wise direction around Czechia and the Bohemian countryside driving through the beautiful rural landscapes with farm crops literally everywhere ready to harvest..it’s like a huge garden and various shades of green in every direction. The places we visited and photographed included Jicin, Kost, Udoli, Podcost, Prachovske, Skaly, Tebic, Troskovice and Karlovy Vary. For this post, the images shown are just a few that I have actually had the time to do some post-production on.