There’s not a touch of boring old suburbia in Venice!
Here we can see some former openings that have been bricked up, for one reason or another. Sometimes it may be for structural reasons, to give added strength to a building wall. And, how happy I was … I saw red!
Arches are often seen. This one may be decorative, others can provide support functions, while others may signal an alliance (perhaps by marriage) between the families who lived in the buildings. (This one might even fall into that latter category.)
I admired this narrow “home” between two other tall buildings.
If you’ve got it, flaunt it!
This pissotta had it all, graceful form, double-decker base. But, wait, there’s more!
Then, it showed a former door, now closed in, behind it.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, an arch above it. It’s a winner!