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Tuesday, 22 May 2007

Venice, Italy, February-March 2003

In early 2003 I found myself in northern Italy on business. Having travelled there, I could hardly not see one of my dream locations in the world: Venice. As someone who delights in reflections, especially those in water, I could not imagine a better photographic subject. It was only four days, and I stayed in a lousy 1-star hotel because I hadn't booked anything in advance. Not rich enough even to leave the main island on public transport, I contented myself with a good look around it. Carnevale was on as well - good timing. Ignoring comfort, noticing only the city, I walked around in a daze. Over the next while I will be showing some of the results here, mixed in with other photographs on alternate days.





















2 comments:

Bumpa said...

Whilst I also love reflections I think that the shot of the people walking in the street is brilliant. Such atmosphere !

Tony Hanmer said...

Thank you. All I can say is, negative scanning has brought back from rejection a large number of my images on this blog.