Landscape of Venice from the Rialto Bridge

by Bernardo Ricci Armani April 7, 2015 4 comments
Landscape of Venice from the Rialto Bridge

Venice (Italy). I’m realising that in the last days I’m capturing and posting very popular landscapes: my blog posts are more “postcards”. Well, I’m not too much disappointed by this; photographing around me means capturing whatever stimulates my attention, as I always repeat.

Yesterday, I was in Venice. Crossing the Rialto Bridge I noticed this “typical” scenery: although it was not easy to find the time and the quietness to set my camera properly (it was a very crowded place), I was able to capture this image. As I already said, it’s a postcard – and perhaps you have seen the same image hundreds of times. But I liked it; so: why not sharing it with my followers?

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Celal Erdoğdu October 16, 2016 - 8:47 pm

Photo seems like from a century before also like a painting. Congratulations. I love it.

Bernardo Ricci Armani October 21, 2016 - 7:45 am

Thanks Celal! Venice itself – without cars – seems like from a century before. Except for tourists all around taking photos with smartphones :-)


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