This entry was posted on 11/08/2012 by stretchingintoinfinity. It was filed under Photography, Travel and was tagged with Arsenal, Boat, Canals, Gondola, Grand Canal, Italia, Italy, photo, Rialto, travel, Venezia, Venice.
I wanna go. : ) Thanks for the proxy visit. Great pics sounds like an understatement.
11/08/2012 at 22:21
That is very kind of you, thank you very much!
11/10/2012 at 17:00
If you like photography, we’d like to invite you to participate in our next Travel Photography Competition. Here are the details:
11/08/2012 at 23:26
Thank you very much for your invitation, I’m certainly not in the same league as those photographers, however.
You’re very welcome! All of them are amateur photographers, so you should try your luck! 🙂
11/10/2012 at 21:44
Your photos are outstanding, I’ve always wanted to see Venice in Winter time. I went one time on a school trip when I was 17, but that was in the middle of August and the streets were jammed. I lived in Italy for two years and never made it up there again, but Italians have told me there’s a really strange and special atmosphere in Winter. How did you find it?
11/09/2012 at 00:56
You’re far too kind, thank you very much.
I definitely found it a magical place in winter. Having never been outside of winter time, I suppose it’s difficult to compare it to any other time, but there was something about the place that certainly had a special aura. The fog, the quiet streets, the mystique. Something about travelling in winter that lets you feel really connected to a place. Have heard it’s very crowded and a bit smelly in summer – in winter you almost “own” the areas that you travel to.
There’s just one thing to it, you’ll have to go during winter!
11/10/2012 at 17:04
Love these, some fantastic shots! Brings back happy memories of my trip to Venice a few years ago 🙂 Maybe I’ll dig my old photos out for a look!
11/09/2012 at 05:07
That’s a fun compliment! it’s fun how photos can have that impact.
Gorgeous photos! Love the written Amore!
11/09/2012 at 11:54
Thank you! I was intrigued by the Love/Anarchy interplay.
11/10/2012 at 17:05
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