Photos by Luke Meares, (Pomona College) Student Correspondent for CET Photography at FAMU, Fall 2019
Outside the National Theatre of Prague before the Cunning Little Vixen show. CET will buy you theatre tickets if you sign up in time (I can’t pass up a night of getting dressed up and drinking slightly too expensive wine).
Riegrovy Sady is one of the best places in Prague to catch a sunset. My friends and I went here to celebrate my 21st birthday!
One of the best parts of Prague is the extraordinary amount of random stuff happening every day; this was a Mozart recital in a beautiful old church that we just so happened to find out about coming back from breakfast.
Two friends sitting on the dock of FAMU’s resort in the Bohemian village of Poněšice during the annual retreat for FAMU Photography students.
My friend Paul running through apple orchards overlooking Prague. I must admit the weather in Prague does not stay this beautiful all year long.
For one of the Czech tables, a program the Czech buddies set up to help CET students experience the Czech Republic and its culture, we went for a hike in Bohemia-Switzerland National Park, where fall was in full swing (pun intended).
For Fall Break I decided to take a week-long solo-trip to Ljubljana, Slovenia, an 8-hour bus ride that only costed about 30 dollars. One of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to (if you go, order the orange wine – you won’t regret it).
My friend Tosha and I hanging out on one of the weird benches in Stromovka Park in Prague 7. A beautiful place to spend an afternoon and to have a picnic.
My absolute favorite place in all of Prague, Stalin Wall, a skater hangout and a quick walk away from Letna Beer Garden. In the warm months there is a DJ and place to get beer as you watch the sunset.