Some of the houses had remnants of wood in their structure. Their photos seemed to lend themselves to a touch of sepia.
And then, I had a glimpse of part of the Arsenale works.
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Tagged as Architecture, Arsenale, Castello
The sepia is very effective.
The sepia tones were perfect. Are you sure there isn’t a book in your future?
Hi, Darlene and Barb, my 2 birds, whom I am “killing” with one stone! The tone just suited those nice old structures. Barb, if I wasn’t so darned lazy …. Maybe I could find someone who would do it for me, that would be good!
I already have a Yvonne book. Lucky me.
I’ll have to look at mine, Michelle, I think that was in my BP (Before Pissotte) phase!
I prefer Elvis Castello, especially his early stuff.
Funny you should mention him, FS. He helped carry my camera equipment that day. But, being a retiring sort of bloke, he wouldn’t let me take his photo. This will have to do. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O040xuq2FR0
Yvonne, you definitely need to come during the Art Biennale when you can see round a lot of the Arsenale (more & more of it, each of the last 3 Biennales) Plus, remember, lots of other places you can’t normally get into (creepy deserted palazzi, disused churches, etc.)!
Seeing more of the Arsenale would really be appealing, and a lot of the normally off limits venues, too.
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