Reflections

These are especially for you, Andrew Petcher.

High tide can affect Piazza San Marco very quickly, and produce some interesting reflections.

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These are from Forte Marghera, Mestre. You won’t see many tourists there.

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Inside the Arsenale, Venice.

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Downside up.

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Coming back from the Lido.

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At Hasties Swamp which is not far from my town, Dismal Swamp.

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Miscellany.

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25 responses to “Reflections

  1. JF

    Love these photos!

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  2. Lovely – all of Your photos.

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  3. Absolutely beautiful. Marguera looks so peacefull.

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    • Thank you, Jon. It’s quite a huge complex, near Mestre. It was part of the defense fortifications of Venice. The museum there is about the only building that has been restored.

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  4. That high tide is something to see. Walking on elevated planks on scaffolding takes real concentration!

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  5. Thanks for that, I do like reflections. I especially like the birds!

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    • There you go, Andrew, BoD (Blogs on Demand), just for you. Thanks for the inspiration. Walking on the planks (“Yo-ho and a bottle of rum …”) is tricky when some pesky tourists with mountains of luggage want to use them at the same time.

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  6. Love the pictures! I’m jealous. I’ve never been to Venice but would love to see it.

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  7. I love the lined up birds Yvonne. How did you get them to pose for you like that ? Or is it a new RAAF airbase ? xox ❤

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  8. Reflections! My favorite! Reflections with bridges or boats even more!

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  9. Oh I love these. I want to go back. Venice is addictive. The high tide is something I gave not experienced yet. Great photos.

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  10. I love the upside down photo, or is it right side up? Who can tell in Venice!

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