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October in Venice, Italy

Venice is one of my favorite cities but I’ve never seen it in October. I was hoping the cruise ship crowds would be somewhat reduced but to my amazement San Marco was as filled as ever. Things quiet down after sunset when all the cruise folks board their ships and leave town. Walking through Venice at night with a camera and tripod is as close to heaven as you can get. I had a great time walking around Venice at night with my photographer friend Steve Wood.


View of gondolas and the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore across the Venice lagoon


View of San Marco Campanile and Saint Mark’s Basilica from Scala Contarini del Bovolo near Campo Manin, Venice, Italy


Colors reflecting in Venice Canal, Italy


Reflection of Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in the window of the San Marco vaporetto stop, Venice, Italy


View of San Marco Campanile from the staircase of Scala Contarini del Bovolo near Campo Manin, Venice, Italy


Panorama of Teatro La Fenice, Venice Opera House, Campo San Fantin, Venice, Italy


Sunset over the Venice Lagoon, Venice, Italy


The Metropole at night, Venice, Italy


Woman leaning out the window of the Hotel Danieli near Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy at night


Fondamenta S. Lorenzo Trattoria at night, Venice, Italy


Restaurant in Piazza San Marco late at night, Venice, Italy


View of light streaks from boats on the Grand Canal near Accademia Bridge, Venice, Italy


Cafe in Campo San Polo, Venice, Italy


Reflection in canal at night in Dorsoduro, Venice, Italy


San Trovaso Campanile at night, Dorsoduro, Venice, Italy


Sunset over the Grand Canal from the Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy


Moon over Santa Maria della Salute Church from the Accademia Bridge, Venice Italy

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2 Responses to October in Venice, Italy

  1. Steve Wood says:

    Diana, this is a magical image. That vantage point has such a full palette of action, and architectural detail and, old grandeur. I love the way the Grande Canal leads the eye along the sinuous curve to the chapel at the end. I love the way you captured the moon in the perfect location. And— think the whispy clouds wrap the moon and lend it such softness. And,that is just part of where the magic comes from for me.

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