A little hazy due to the camera and distance but beautiful all the same
A distance photo when we were on our way back from Venice going towards Punta Sabioni. Not the best photo from a distance, but it shows enough of the history/architectural buildings in the distance – what makes Venice.
I’ve posted something very similar to this, but these are some of my favourites from Venice of the Basilica de Santa Maria della Salute. I love the red and blue from the gondola covers and mooring poles in the forefront of the photo and the great architecture in the background.
A palace set on the side of the Grand Canal in Venice – Palazzo Dario
A temporary wooden ‘Academy Bridge’ crossing the Grand Canal in Venice, that was never replaced.
The bell tower of St. Mark’s, Venice was built in 1912 as a replica of its predecessor that collapsed unexpectedly 1902
I took this photo while in Venice just as I got off the boat from Punta Sabioni. It was on the side of a large statue monument (to be post at a later date). I’d like to say I know what it represents but I have no idea but would like to know – do you know?
Some art in the Grand Canal in Venice – Do you know what they are supposed to represent?
One of the top five islands to visit while in Venice is Murano, for its glass blowing.
Continuing with the Venetian theme… this is Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute
As you can see, Venice is a very photographic place, full of beauty, architecture and character.
Most places you just ‘cross the street’, but here in Venice, ‘you cross canals’