On my last day in Prague the snow came down and I walked from the Old Town across the Charles Bridge and along Nerudova to St Vitus’ Cathedral. Of these images I particularly liked the one of the cathedral with the snow falling and swirling in what I recall was a very cold wind. The result is more like a painting than a photograph.

With a very late night or possibly early morning flight there was time for one last evening stroll where I took yet another picture of Charles Bridge from the riverside, this time using my camera’s image stacking feature. It’s anybody’s guess when we will be able to travel normally again, but it’s good to have photographic memories of times when the traveller’s life was simpler.