I have a great love for Gothic arches and architectural details. Do you, too? Venice is a visual feast in this regard. Although not all are purely Gothic, and can include many other styles and influences, somehow, in the incredible medley of Venetian architecture, there is great harmony and astonishing beauty. I take little credit for these images – accolades instead are due the Venetians, who for centuries envisioned and created this splendor. I feel privileged to record and share it.
Thank you for visiting and joining in for Venetian Week here. I’ll be back tomorrow with more!
The sad news and shocking scenes of the floods in Italy prompted me to step up my efforts in editing and sharing photos from our trip to Venice in April. And so, I have a treat for you. In fact, several treats. Every day this week I will be bringing more Venetian photos and on Sunday, a VERY special surprise!
And if you missed the release of my Venice calendar, it’s available now here.
My thoughts and prayers to everyone suffering from the aftermath of storms in Italy and the US.
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Hello, my friends. For you this weekend, a previously unseen series, photographed at the beginning of August as part of a larger ongoing project. Clematis Rosemoor and The President, and David Austin rose Lady Emma Hamilton, all planted by me some years ago when we first bought our property and now, I’m happy to say, flourishing. This was their best year yet and I wanted to celebrate their remarkable and classic beauty.
Have a beautiful weekend.
(p.s. Due to a barrage of spam comments, I’ve had to turn on comment moderation, at least temporarily. I’m sorry. But no word verif, don’t worry.)