Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. Fran Lebowitz once said, If you read a lot, nothing is as great as you’ve imagined. Venice is. Venice is better. He was right.
Canals of Venice, Italy. This abstract photograph captures the dynamicism of the gondoliers and the waterfront in front of St Mark’ Square, Venice. This picture was taken in 2008.
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The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. This bridge gets its name from the sighs the prisoners made as they walked from the Doges Palace to their execution
The Campanile, St Marks, Venice, Italy. The Campanile is a tower that stands at one end of St Mark’s square in Venice, Italy. Tourists are allowed to climb this tower to see the spectacular views of the city.
Early morning on St Marks Square, Venice, Italy. Two policeman stand taking in the beautiful Venetian Summer morning.
On the Water Front, Venice, Italy. 2007. Venice is the kind of city you can walk around forever. This may seem ironic given the amount of water but the narrow canal paths throw up all manner of fascinating little squares and vistas.
Roof detail of St Marks, Early Morning, Venice, Italy. The Dome of St Mark’s dominates the famous waterfront of Venice. St Mark’s Basilica in Venice is arguably one of the city’s most recognisable landmarks.
Street Detail, Venice, Italy. This photograph shows the detail of one of Venice’s many squares. This photo was taken in 2008.
From St Marks square looking out, early morning, Venice, Italy. I was up at 5 am to get out and shoot Venice before the tourists arrived.
St Marks, Early Morning, Venice, Italy. Another photograph of the roof of St Marks’ in Venice. St Mark’s sits at one end of the Square adjacent to the Doge’s palace and the Campanile.
St Marks, Venice, Italy. This photograph shows the detail of the buildings around St Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy. This photo was taken in 2008.
St Marks, Early Morning, Venice, Italy. This photograph shows one end of St Mark’s square in Venice. The Doge’s Palace can be clearly seen on the left of the image. The Campanile is to the right on this image.
View of Venice, Italy. Truman Capote once said of Venice – Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.
Outside the Doge’s Palace, Venice, Italy. This photograph was taken at around 5 in the morning in Summer 2008. The Doge’s Palace is one of Venice’s most famous Landmarks.
St Marks Square, Early Morning, Venice, Italy. I was up early to shoot this. St Marks really was perfect that morning. It was early spring, a little chilly and I was quite tired rising but for about 45 minutes I felt like I had Venice to myself
At night, Venice, Italy. This photograph was taken looking across from St. Mark’s Square. The slow shutter speeed creates the peculiar lighting effect.
Outside Harrys Bar, Venice, Italy. This place was particularly popular with Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and Charlie Chaplin.
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Doge’s Palace, Venice, Italy. This photograph reveals the beautiful architectural stonework on the Doge’s Palace in St Mark’s Square, Venice, Italy.
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Tables on St Marks, Venice, Italy. From high above Venice, the tables in St Mark’s Square are laid out in neat rows. This photograph was taken in 2008.
The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, Italy. This is another of Venice’s most recognisable features. It links the Doge’s Palace to the old prisons. This photo was taken in 2008.
From St Marks square looking out, early morning, Venice, Italy. At 5 in the morning, there were still people about. This photograph shows the Doge’s Palace and the bottom of the Campanile.
St Marks, Early Morning, Venice, Italy. This image was taken very early in the morning in Venice. The photograph uses a wide lense to capture the whole of the square.
Venice must count as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Made up of 118 small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy, the city is full of tight canal waterways and hidden secrets.
This black and white gallery contains photographs of The Doge’s Palace (A gothic palace on St Mark’s square also known as Palazzo Ducale di Venezia.), The Campanile, The Bridge of Sighs and other shots from around the city.
The Campanile tower stands in the corner of St Mark’s Square and is 98.6 metres. The tower houses five bells and affords magnificent views of Venice.
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Pigeons on St Marks square, Venice, Italy. Taken from high up above Venice in the Campanile, a small boy was feeding the pigeons. The shot just jumped out.