Maybe this is his boat.
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Tagged as boats, fishing nets
Ciao, Daniela! Secondo me, non è una barca ordinario.
Ma che bella barca!!!
Where was this, Yvonne?
Bert, where are you?
Yes, where is that Bert when the dishes need to be done! 🙂
Caroline, I’ve scoured my brain and can’t recall where I took those photos, nor can I (at this stage) find them in my main clutter of photos. I think it might be Giudecca, but I’ll keep looking. You get back to your Italian homework now.
How did you know I was putting off my homework?!? Uncanny 🙂 On the plus side, the hairdresser’s this aft wasn’t too scary – and actually cheaper than in Edinburgh, amazingly! Not Venetian Red though, sadly 🙂
I remember one year going to the Biennale at the Arsenale.
So much of the artwork (in my opinion) was bull*&^%. I looked out a window and there was a fisherman repairing his net….with a needle and thread. From BS to real….with just a turn of my head!!
Thanx for the poignant photos……
I thought I was the only one who didn’t get that modern stuff! What a splendid juxtaposition you scored, Linda.
Love the nets and the boat.
It was nice to see a glimpse of real life, with NO tourists!
Someone must be repairing the nets in preparation for fishing and that must take some time to do. What a great design on that boat!
I liked that big, muscular boat and its design, also, Ellen.
I bet a lot of patience is required to deal with those nets! I really like that boat.
There is the potential for a big, snarled mess with those nets, Susie.
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