Apocalypse on Charles Bridge

February’s picture, called “Apocalypse on Charles Bridge”, is a composite: the silhouettes are figures from the famous Charles Bridge in Prague; the sky behind is over St Andrews, the picture was taken from just outside my front door.

Charles Bridge is on the natural route from the Old Town Square to the castle, and also on the route from the Karolinum to the former Jesuit college which now houses the Applied Mathematics department. But it is so crowded these days that often when I have to go between the last two places I prefer to detour over one of the adjacent bridges.

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I count all the things that need to be counted.
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