One of the best parts about Prague is its incredible series of bridges. They line the lazy bends in the river and create a unique texture that somehow snags the eye and pulls it in. By day the bridges inspire with their varied architecture – some modern, some historic. By night they entreat the onlooking eye with a blur of light and color.
While the most famous is, of course, Charles Bridge with its wide pedestrian walkway and series of statues representing saints and kings, each bidge has its own storz and charm. This photo was captured on a snowy evening from a park that sits opposite Prague Castle.