I wonder how many boats this old post has kept safe through storms, high tide, low tide …
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If I told you it was at the end of Calle del Forno, that wouldn’t be much help in finding it again, as there are over half a dozen streets of that name. Nor would saying that the palace opposite is (probably) the Palazzo Soranzo, as there are at least half a dozen palaces with that name. But there is only one Rio di San Stin.
Thanks for the help, Bert!
I thought the same thing, almost like a scupture from Easter Island in the making!!
Now that I’ve looked again, you’re right, Yvonne.
A whole lot, by the looks of it.
It sure is worn, isn’t it, Darlene.
Your powers of observation never cease to amaze me!
It’s not only been useful all these many years, it could now be a lovely piece of sculpture!
It looks like something Michelangelo would have worked with, Barb.
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