Photo Friday: Carnival in Venice

My family and I just got back from a trip to what have to be two of the most photogenic cities on the planet, Amsterdam and Venice. In addition, we had the stupendous fortune to be in Venice during Carnival, the week-and-a-half celebration that ends on Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. Between the natural watery scenery, the multi-colored old buildings, and people in all varieties of costumes and mysterious masks, nearly every turn in Venice led to something fascinating, beautiful or surreal. Perhaps the most surreal of all was the mix of grand costumed revelers on their way to cafes and balls, wandering tourists, and those simply going about their daily business, ducking into butcher shops with rolling carts and churches in solemn black outfits and furs.

Have you seen and photographed something unusual, whimsical, beautiful, or otherwise interesting in your travels? Has anything surprised you or caused you to pause? Or have you simply experienced a small, lovely moment that you wanted to capture? If so, I hope you’ll share with us by leaving a comment with a link to your photo. I look forward to seeing it!

Photo by Susan Sachs Lipman

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One response to “Photo Friday: Carnival in Venice

  1. Hi,

    Great Posting.

    Thanks suzlipman

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