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  • Life stopped for that whole week. A time of pure joy, picnics and Prague.

    My Wife and I trecked about the cobbled streets of the capital, taking in every sight as far as our eyes could take in.

    We walked for miles.

    Our relationship, newly married at the start of something new. It was a time to dream together.

    The weather in our favour beating down on us daily helped us to laze about in the sun.

    The hills seemed to go on forever for Hannah and my constant remarks of ''we're nearly there'' didn't go down too well.

    Not a part of Prague we didnt find, unearthed for the first time, a thousand photo's of reminders.

    We managed to get tickets for a string quartet. Hannahs face of pure unrelinquished joy is still etched in my mind the moment they started to bring there instruments alive, magical.

    We would stroll by the castle and riverside in the evenings. Finding a little bar playing motown next to the waters edge.

    Caught up in each other.

    The picture taken on a bridge with the castle behind.

    The busy tram full of people speeding by us but we, caught in the moment with no thought for our surroundings, far away in another world of each other.

    For me this picture represents the whole week, oblivious to the happenings in Prague, just caught up in each other.

    When I look at my wife nothing else matters.
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