Adagio, Allegro, Venezia

What strikes you most when visiting in Venice? Magnificent palaces, timeless atmospheres? No, people, lots of people. Visitors from all over the world crowd Venice at any time of the year, bringing money to some and stress to the rest of the city’s residents. Yet even back in its gold days, “la Serenissima” used to be crowded, the number of its inhabitants at that time being triple than today’s. But things change when the night or the rain comes.

5 Comments on “Adagio, Allegro, Venezia

    • Thanx so much! didn’t know you were living in Venice (I’m from one hour away). Next time I’ll be shooting in Venice I’ll send you a message.

  1. Wonderful! I particularly like the night shot of the piazza in the rain. Someday perhaps I will return to that city which offers the most to photographers!
    Ciao ciao,
    Giovanni

  2. Enticing. I enjoy the mood of the place and people projected by their stance and guestures. More to the imagination.

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