DREAMY VENICE

Venice is probably one of the most fascinating places I’ve ever visited. It’s like being in a dream, like you’re in a fantasy world. And it gets better at twilight when most of the tourists have returned to the mainland for the evening. Suddenly it seems like you have the city all to yourself with the sounds of life becoming softer and a stronger connection with everything around you is felt. You also start noticing the many things you failed to notice earlier in the day: the Renaissance-inspired architecture, the rich earthy tones of the city, the cobblestone streets leading to neighborhood squares, the narrow canals and the stone bridges that crosses them and the multiple arches and columns that line the many narrow alleyways turning the city into one giant maze. Venice is such a magical place and it surely is every photographers paradise. I was like a child in a candy store the first time I visited the city. Here are a few of the many photographs I took the day I fell in love with the City of Love.

13 Comments on “DREAMY VENICE

  1. Places of Character, especially Aged Charm and Mystery, capture our Imaginations and invite many to respond Artistically. You photos and words do just that. 😍🤩✨

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  2. I wholeheartedly agree. Venice is an enchanting city that truly comes alive at night and when getting lost in the back alleys and talking to locals. Helps too that my parents are from the Veneto region and I can speak the dialect. Wonderful moody photos.

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