Pocket Fennec is not sleeping! We are going to bring you the new portion of routes.
First Fennec's audioguide route in Germany will take you to Dresden. Here you can see a few pics.
In a bundle of current photos you can find Frauenkirche in 1993.
I took that shot in early reconstruction phase of this church.
Frauenkirche was in ruins over 45 years ... Compare it to the renewed church.
Todays Dresden is fantastic city with interesting history.
See you there!
Why the name “Fennec”? Many children like the small animal Fennec (desert fox) and know it from ZOO, relaxing there all the time. The biggest differences from a small dog or a fox are the typical large ears. And with our app you need also mostly your ears and no stress to enjoy the tour.
You can visit our website to see how the app works. But don´t forget to try it on the route! You will be surprised how big difference is it in comparison to listening separate points at home. Imagine that you are listening sentences:
So let´s walk and meet with Fennec in the town!
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In November I decided to document atmosphere of one fall day in Prague. OK, but how to do it?
People usually don't know, that the sights in Prague are illuminated in strict order, defined by the centuries.
The buildings from 10th century are illuminated first, the younger starts later, with 3 minutes interval.
The video starts during the foggy morning. Later you can see, what was the weather, how the ships are moving around the Charles Bridge and finally there is a big moment, when the sights illumination starts.
Today I know, how to make the time lapse video in better quality, but I cannot repeat the atmosphere ;-).
Go downtown and wait for the evening light show!
Have a nice weekend!
Hi PocketFennec fans!
Can you imagine that you are alone on such place as Prague Castle is?
We borrowed a Ricoh Theta S camera for a test. I expected a sunny morning with blue sky.
The morning started with disappointment, but we had limited time with the camera. Never mind!
So I'll show you slightly different views - Prague Castle with no people.
I hope we will be able to bring sunny mornings later :-)
PS: Use mouse to control the picture ;-)
I went downtown to the concert on Thursday. Later I enjoyed the beautiful evening when I went to the border of Prague Jewish quarter, to the former Monastery of St. Agnes, founded in 13th century. I hadn't camera, just the phone, but it seemed very nice, so I tried vertical panorama shot to keep the atmosphere. The result is really interesting. Look at the picture ...
I think that more nice places with street lamps are in Prague.
Here they are (not all of them, of course! :-) )
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