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Je suis allée faire un tour de ce côté au mois de juin, la vue des deux sotoportegi est très belle.Une belle idée d’avoir installé une porte d’eau miroir, c’est presque du trompe l’oeil !
You were so fortunate to be able to take a boat ride right past that spot, Danielle.
GREAT shot Vonne!
Thanks, Lou. How’s winter going in Melbourne? Too darn warm up here, I tremble thinking of summer.
I still don’t see a mirror there, Bert. If you have time, and feel like it, go and have a look and post a photo when you’re there in November.
That which looks like a doorway to a courtyard on the opposite side of the rio, very close (in a two-dimensional way) to the pillar on the right-hand side of the opening that you are looking through.
Hah!! Thanks for all your hard work and persistence, to show me the error of my ways, Bert. Amazing!
It took a while, but I found it in the end. Rio di San Polo from Calle Larga. However, Linda is right. That is a mirror in the doorway – you can see it is on veniceconnected.
Now, I’m puzzled. Which doorway do you mean, Bert?
Venetian reflections….my favorite!
In 4 months, you’ll be there, Michelle.
Actually a little less. Time is flying!
Beautifully framed vista!
Thank you, Jo. With a subject like Venice, you’re spoiled for choice.
Yvonne….interesting….is that a reflective surface/mirror? I love those bricked-in windows to the left.
Thanx for sharing!!
No mirrors, no tricks, Linda! 🙂 I’ll bet your camera fingers are twitching about now.
Move of your lovely shots……………cool on a hot day here
I just heard on the radio that we can settle in for another long, hot summer Down Under. Goody, goody (sarcasm font).
I can only imagine how damp those houses must be. It looks pretty though.
You’re so right about the damp, it must be an ongoing maintenance battle, and the water wins, every time.
Thats nice hope to get there in October all being well,
Oh, I’m glad to hear you’re going back, Jan.
very nice pics, thank-you. G.G. Casanova
Ciao, GG, e grazie. Benvenuto nel mio blog. 🙂
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