Looking up, once more

What a clear blue sky

Where in Venice did I take this? (I can’t recall.)

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12 responses to “Looking up, once more

  1. And, you can bet I’ll be checking on the ones in the Arsenale, Bert. I do believe the America’s Cup World Series will be on when I’m next there, so parts of the Arsenale should be accessible.

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  2. Bert

    AnnaLivia is right, Yvonne. It was one of several photos I failed to take for one reason or another. I bet the clock and bell in the Arsenale are very similar.

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  3. Michelle

    I have never seen another sky quite the same shade of blue I see in Venice. Maybe because I’m looking with my “Venetian” glasses. No, I haven’t purchased glasses in Venice, yet…maybe this trip.
    107 days….not that I’m counting.

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  4. I took a picture of the bell and the clock, they are located next to the San Marcuola church in Cannaregio near the palazzo Memmo.

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    • Now, I have to look in 2 places, AnnaLivia. Gee, that will be so hard to do! Thank you for your alternative answer. (I’m putting a sticky-note in my planning notebook right now.)

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  5. Bert

    This must be what they mean when they talk about “blue sky thinking”!
    In case you had forgotten where it was (but I bet you took lots more at the same church), it was the top of the campanile of Madonna de l’Orto.

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  6. Maybe only take one picture a day!

    And, then I lose my photos on Picasa and spend ages looking for the one I just know I have … somewhere. Sigh.

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  7. Yvonne…I know exactly how you feel. Sometimes I can only guess the sestiere…but noting the other images surrounding it in my Aperture files. I wish I could come up with a better system.
    Anyone have any good suggestions?

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  8. Clock and bell are on a wall inside the Arsenale, near the great crane.

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