- There's *lots* of swans and other birds in the Zürich lake and in the Limmat.
- More swans
- The two towers are the Grossmünster, a protestant church begun in 1100. You can climb to the tower on the left for 2.0 francs for a beautiful sight of the city.
- That's the Fraumünster, a late gothic church. It is famous for having 5 large stained glass windows by Marc Chagall.
- And this would be the St.Peter's church. According to my Zürich guide, it “boasts Europe's largest clock face”.
- And this is Barfussbar, a historic women's swimming pool. Walls with opaque windows surround it so you can't really see the pool from here. During the night it becomes a club. I was surprised when I was walking close to it a Sunday at 11 p.m. and noticed there were a lot of people dancing.
- This is the Münster bridge, where I took the “Walking” photograph.
A shot of the Limmat river in Zürich. I took it at around 10 p.m. in a Sunday, when it was beginning to get dark, from the Quaibrücke bridge, close to Bellevue-platz.
I took several pictures like this one separated by a few minutes. This is the one I like the most: in lighter ones the artificial lights in the towers, the bridge and the reflection in the left are not as striking, whereas in the darker ones many details (such as the swans) disappear altogether.