There seem to have been an unusually large number of low tide events in the canals of Venice this winter. This gives you the opportunity to see things that are normally hidden by the water. The first three photos were taken near Chiesa di San Francesco della Vigna, in Castello.
You can see the high tide mark quite clearly on this insignia.
The next photos show the effects of tidal movement, and also that of the wave motion created by motorised boats in this canal.
On the Riva degli Schiavoni, the walkway is becoming quite seriously damaged in some places, by the very same causes. Parts of it look ready to tumble into the lagoon.
See you all later, when I report from Lucca. Be good while I’m travelling.