In November 2011, I visited Prague. I walked the majority of the length of the Botič Stream. Starting from Průhonický Park in the foothills that lie to the south of Prague, I followed the stream all the way to it’s confluence with the Vtlava River in the city centre.
I observed how the stream’s course and terrain changed as it flowed from the countryside through the layers of the conurbation.
The photographs are captioned with geographical coordinates and a short description.