“Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.” – Truman Capote
Category: Black and White, Italy Tagged: Italy, Photography, Travel, Venice, Venice in Black and White
These are absolutely beautiful. I look forward to your foto fridays!
Thank you Lynn.
Reblogged this on nsaymariameque and commented:
Gostei dessas imagens….
Gorgeous shots Jeff!
Thank you. Venice is a rather easy place to make gorgeous shots, though 🙂
I love every single thing you post.
Thank you Cari. It is good to know that I’m not boring you.
Thank you Joshi.
Who would have thought Venice could be beautiful in black and white? You’ve shown us that it is.
Thank you Angeline. I think places that have high contrast are often most beautiful in B&W. Venice certainly fits that description, especially at night or dusk when I took many of these photos.
Marvelous captures Jeff! Love the light trails in the Grand Canal shots.
Thank you. I was trying to do something a little bit original. It is difficult in Venice!
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Hey Jeff. We’re doing a B&W photo challenge, and we gave you a shout out and a link to this post. Excellent photos. ~James
James, thanks so much for the kind words. I really appreciate it. I’m extremely flattered and honored by your words on the post.
So glad Gallivance linked to your blog because now we can see the quality in your photographs and the world through your eyes! Best wishes for continuing your journeys and sharing with the rest of us!!! http://ohtheplaceswesee.com
Thank you very much!
Well Jeff – I really like your different photos from venice (came here from a gallivance link) and if Capote said “Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.” well maybe this post was like one of those injectable shots of chocolate from Max Brenner’s in NVY – tasty good. 🙂
Thank you very much. I wasn’t sure if I’d like Venice, but it is was awesome. It is amazing that man built something so spectacular.
I agree – and your photos of the gran canal are outstanding
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