Venice, and indeed much of Italy, is a complete corona virus lockdown, so we’re not doing any photo walks or sessions until it’s over. We all hope for the best, but for most of us the most we can do is sit tight and wait it out. Hopefully, it won’t be long before we can […]
The vaporetto is ubiquituos in Venice, and it is very useful both as a subject, prop and location for photography in Venice.
Poveglia is an abandoned island in the Venetian lagoon, about 10km south of Venice. The ruins of a hospital closed in 1969 dominates the island.
High tide is a common event in Venice, and it can make the city even more photogenic. However, photography during and after high tides has its problems.
Burano is famous for it’s colourful houses, and the multitude and variation in colour makes it a small paradise for the intrepid photographer.
Carnival time with photos from the Procession of the Twelve Maries during the Venice Carnival 2019
Venice was born as a harbour, and she has always been a harbour. Venice, the Venetians and boats cannot be separated.
Garbage collection in Venice is unique in that it is almost entirely done by hand, door to door.
Sometimes in autumn and winter Venice becomes enveloped in dense fog, and it becomes a mysterious and haunting place.
Winter in Venice rarely includes snow, but we’ve had a few days with snow recently. It doesn’t happen very often. Last time with lots of snow was in 2012.