For those that don’t know me well – I’ve got a strange fascination with fenestration. I love the word “defenestration”, so much so that I named my other blog “The Defenestrator”. Liberally, it means “to throw something out a window”. I had to make a pilgrimage to Prague to visit the site of the one that started it all – the Defenestration of Prague. It seems that somebody didn’t like what the visiting clergy had to say – and out the window they went. As luck would have it, there was a pile of horse dung outside the window and none were seriously injured.
This is a portion of the sign located where the Defenestration took place (notice the word “defenestraci” in the lower third?).
Vital Stats: Canon 350D w/Canon 17-85IS @ 70mm ISO 200, f/10.0, 1/13 sec. (thank goodness for IS!)