Friday, January 21, 2011

Venice (digging up the arcives)

I've been trying to work through all my images from the past ten years (sadly I've lost digital files for a lot of early work) and organize them better in my computer archives. I came across some photographs taken while in Venice, Italy, when I was a senior at Ohio University and studying abroad. I think I've probably only shown these to three or four people before, so I thought I'd share on this snowy Friday morning. I hope you all enjoy.

AJ fights her way through the pigeons in Piazza San Marco.

View through the spotted window of the water taxi.

A canal as seen through the railing on a foot bridge.

The high tide mark is visible on a rotting door that leads only to the waterway.

Windows on the street.

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