Prague after midnight is a nightwalker’s dream. At night the city center is seemingly forgotten and vacant, even while occupying the same physical space of the daytime. I came to think of Prague at night as ‘night city’ with its own mysterious atmosphere and I found it very inviting.
Actually, I think the night is the best time to walk or photograph pretty much anywhere. But here, the deep shadows cast by street lanterns turn the otherwise ordinary city into a fairytale-like magical scenes and it feels different. I walk against the cold night air; my steps echo against the closed doors and windows. I can be just an observer, looking at the stars. I don’t have to be cold and lonely inside. This night I walk by myself and I can be anyone…
Without the dark, we’d never see the stars
— Stephenie Meyer