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The Sundial Bridge

Nurcan Azaz

Charles Bridge at Night

Prague, Czech Republic

June 18, 2009, 10.30 pm (local time)

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© 2009 Nurcan Azaz, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

In Prague, time displays itself in different ways: in the hands of a clock, in the rising and setting Sun, and in the frayed stones of a historical bridge.

Spanning the two shores of the Vltava River is the historical Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic. The construction of the bridge was finished in the beginning of 15th Century. The bridge is 516 meters long and nearly 10 meters wide. During the day it is a very busy place with caricaturists, puppet performers, gift sellers and numerous tourists crossing the bridge. But during the night, the bridge is so quiet as its overlooks the serene shoreline of the Vltava. The river is dotted with historical buildings from every major architectural style of the last two millenniums. Prague looks timeless.

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Location

Europe / Czech Republic

Lat: 50° 5' 15.43" N
Long: 14° 24' 49.64" E

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Equipment

Photographed with my Canon A640 and Nikon FC-E9 fisheye lens, mounted on a BoPhoto pano bracket for Nikon FC-E9, Manfrotto table tripod, stitched in PTGui, QTVR file created using PanoCube.
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