Tag Archives: reflections

Venice, Wish You Were Here #14

No date or stamp on this one. Argh! Did Aunt just carry it home? It must be before 1963, as that’s when the USA began using zip codes in addresses. Athol Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, is a long street that … Continue reading

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Sharing: Venice by Mirror

Have you seen this new art installation? I won’t try explaining it–you should check out the article and the many photos.

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Does Covid19 Lead to Clean Canals?

Venice’s canals are notoriously dirty, but with Italy locked down and the tourists staying away, residents are noticing that the canals look cleaner. There actually seeing fish! But what is the real reason for this new clarity? Check out this … Continue reading

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Strings of Lights

Always strings of lights. Blue and green and yellow and red and orange. They announce the sagra before you even cross the bridge into San Pietro in Castello–or San Piero, as it’s said in dialect. This was the biggest sagra I had … Continue reading

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Mirrors

I was just checking out the blog “Quadri della Vita,” which has some great photos (and text). The shots remind me of some I’ve taken, so I thought I’d post mine. I love a bright blue sky so that the … Continue reading

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