After we returned from Berlin, I’d just thought “that couldn’t be over now”. I still had that street photographeeling in me. So I asked Sandrine if she like to take a short trip to Venice. So we went to Venice. And Venice was awesome.
We decided to take the train (no nerves for annoying check-ins at the airports). So we had a stop in Milano.
In the train from Milano Centrale to Venice.
Arrived in Venice.
This was a tricky one, he was not amused to see my camera, so I made a turn and this was, unfortunately, the best situation. But wait!
There was a political debate this day.
We wanted to make just a “quick n’ dirty n’ cheap” trip to the isle, means two and a half days. To save money, I’d booked a hotel in Mestre, one station before Venezia Santa Lucia. Believe me, do yourself a favour, spend some extra money and book a hotel on the isle itself. In Mestre you will see that italy has ran out of money. It’s really sad. Or if you want to help a community, book as we did. But don’t expect too much.
Who want’s to steal a coffeemachine as big like this one?
Qi gong on the balcony.
The “streets” of Venice.
Please pose! Piazza San Marco, 9 bugs for a coffee.
On the way to Murano, the isle of the legendary glasmakers.
Unfortunately, there was “just” a show for the tourits. But it was impressive though. Chapeau for this
Shadow on the left.
Mobile vegetable market.
Back in Venice.
On the way to Lido.
First good coffee these days,
Lido di Venezia, a place to be after a workers life.
Remember me a bit on the work of Martin Parr. It looks like in the 80’s. Could be a Magnum shot :-)
We watched them for while and were impressed by the precision with they stear their gondolas.
Back on the Piazza San Marco.
Sing when your swimming!
A little series.
Found the best frame.
Take a closer look in mirrors.
Almost the shot I was looking for.
Why do people close their eyes always in the wrong moment?
A paradigms change. Everyone was taking pictures with a tablet or smartphone. People looked at me like they never saw a Rolleiflex before.
Night Serenade with the gondola on the Canale Grande.
The Rialto Bridge.
Back at home.
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