Burano: Doors & Windows
Italy / Venice

Burano: Doors & Windows

There is no question that Burano island in Venice, Italy, is a photographer’s paradise, and that holds true for the Windows and Doors.  Burano’s bold splashes of color with brights juxtaposed on brights draws any artistic soul in, and leads them up and down the streets and alleyways.  I’ve always photographed doors while traveling.  And, … Continue reading

7 Reasons to Make Time for Burano in Venice, Italy
Italy / Venice

7 Reasons to Make Time for Burano in Venice, Italy

Before we arrived in Venice, I knew Burano was a must see for me.  Just a quick internet perusal showed me the colorful homes, the canal reflections… and it would be something I regretted deeply if I didn’t make the time to visit. So, I’m going to share some of the reasons it’s worth making … Continue reading

Rialto Market: Food, Culture and History in the Heart of Venice, Italy
Italy / Venice

Rialto Market: Food, Culture and History in the Heart of Venice, Italy

I am a big fan of food markets when I travel, and the market at Rialto was on my Must-See list.  Not only has the market on the curve of the Grand Canal in Venice been in continuous operation since 1079AD, but the Rialto area has a long and fascinating history that begs to be … Continue reading

17 Distinctive Windows of Venice
Italy / Venice

17 Distinctive Windows of Venice

Today, I am sharing some photography of Windows of Venice, Italy.  As a blogger, I will at times visit a place with a rough idea of certain posts that I will probably write.  I’ve planned my time, picked the sites I want to see, and can pretty much predict I will do a post about … Continue reading

Venice: Piazza San Marco’s 9 Hidden Treasures
Italy / Venice

Venice: Piazza San Marco’s 9 Hidden Treasures

Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, was first created during the 9th century AD as a small square in front of St. Mark’s Basilica.  A canal and dock that initially separated this small space from the palace was filled in 1174, and was bricked over in 1294.  It wasn’t until 1735, nearly one thousand years … Continue reading

10 Inviting Doors of Venice, Italy
Italy / Photo Essays / Venice

10 Inviting Doors of Venice, Italy

Yes, here I am with another post about Doors.  This time I’m sharing photos of some of my favorite Doors of Venice, Italy.  (You can also check out my post on Doors of Paris and Doors of Athens.) It’s a sickness.  An addiction, really.  I take photos of doors as I travel, especially in Europe, … Continue reading