Our first night in Krakow, we walked to the Wisła river to see the Kładka Ojca Bernatka (Father Bernatek Footbridge) lit up after dark. The bridge was finished in 2010 and is quickly filling up with lover’s locks, so we thought this was going to be a big tourist attraction. But there was no one there but us, the spiders attracted to the lights on the bridge, and nine acrobatic figures by Polish artist Jerzy ‘Jotki’ Kędziora that seem to be balancing in midair over the water.

Our first night in Krakow, we walked to the Wisła river to see the Kładka Ojca Bernatka (Father Bernatek Footbridge) lit up after dark. The bridge was finished in 2010 and is quickly filling up with lover’s locks, so we thought this was going to be a big tourist attraction. But there was no one there but us, the spiders attracted to the lights on the bridge, and nine acrobatic figures by Polish artist Jerzy ‘Jotki’ Kędziora that seem to be balancing in midair over the water.

Our first night in Krakow, we walked to the Wisła river to see the Kładka Ojca Bernatka (Father Bernatek Footbridge) lit up after dark. The bridge was finished in 2010 and is quickly filling up with lover's locks, so we thought this was going to be a big tourist attraction. But there was no one there but us, the spiders attracted to the lights on the bridge, and nine acrobatic figures by Polish artist Jerzy ‘Jotki’ Kędziora that seem to be balancing in midair over the water.

Our first night in Krakow, we walked to the Wisła river to see the Kładka Ojca Bernatka (Father Bernatek Footbridge) lit up after dark. The bridge was finished in 2010 and is quickly filling up with lover’s locks, so we thought this was going to be a big tourist attraction. But there was no one there but us, the spiders attracted to the lights on the bridge, and nine acrobatic figures by Polish artist Jerzy ‘Jotki’ Kędziora that seem to be balancing in midair over the water.

Photo taken at: Kładka Ojca Bernatka

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