Old mooring post

I wonder how many boats this old post has kept safe through storms, high tide, low tide …

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  1. Bert

    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.

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  2. Other Yvonne

    I thought the same thing, almost like a scupture from Easter Island in the making!!

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  3. A whole lot, by the looks of it.

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  4. Your powers of observation never cease to amaze me!

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  5. Barb

    It’s not only been useful all these many years, it could now be a lovely piece of sculpture!

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