Anyway, when I took this shot I thought of all the series that this could fit into: benches, romantic spots, views, picnic areas...
This comes from one of my favorite spots to just sit with a book. Of course, the view doesn't allow for much productive reading. These benches are just across from the Rudolfinum near the Manesuv most (bridge).
This scene is in Prague 2 below Emmaus Monastery. I mean, who doesn't want to have an old tennis court on the grounds of a 16th century chapel?
If you're a tourist you won't want to skip at least a stroll through Petrin - especially in the summer. It's one of the most overlooked places even though it's a huge green space right above the city. The views are incredible even without climbing Petrin Tower.
These shots were taken at near the main gate to Prague Castle. Funny thing is that it wasn't all that late - maybe 9pm - and already the grounds were nearly deserted. Leaving a lonely guitar player on the Old Castle Steps and a few tourists to linger around.
This outdoor exhibition on the banks of the Vltava is great. And, it's free and open all hours. It's in Prague through the 22nd of August and then continues a 2 year long tour. There are some fantastic shots here of the wildlife seen in Europe and some very poignant reminders of the human impact on the environment. For more info visit wild-wonders.com.