Venice: Walking on Water

Built on more than 100 islands in the Adriatic Sea, Venice has long been a photographer’s favourite. It has earned a beloved place in the hearts of photographers and travellers alike. Completely pedestrianised, it’s the mellifluous sounds of water and associated slow canal traffic that permeate the atmosphere, and very likely why one feels inclined to pause and spend hours just watching the world float by. For most, it’s the water that makes Venice, and probably why most of my photos feature the city’s many narrow waterways and the aptly named Grand Canal.

MORNING GONDOLAS AND SAN GIORGIO MAGGIORE ISLAND

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ORNATE DETAIL OF ST MARK’S BASILICA

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AERIAL VIEW OF ST MARK’S ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK AND BASILICA

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THE GRAND CANAL

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VIEW FROM A BRIDGE

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GONDOLA MOORINGS ON THE GRAND CANAL

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VAPORETTO TRAILS ON THE CANAL

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NIGHT FALLS ON THE GRAND CANAL

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BRIDGE OF SIGHS

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CA’ REZZONICO AT NIGHT

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NARROW CANAL AT NIGHT

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NIGHT GONDOLAS AND SAN GIORGIO MAGGIORE ISLAND

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