Photos of Venice Italy
is a visual delight. A magical city and one of the most beautiful places in the world.
To capture the sensuous and seductive charm of this city in
photos is not easy. The photos of Venice Italy on this page do just
that. Thank you Lauren D. Lewis, Nicholas Baumgartner and the others for
allowing me to use them.
Enjoy the photos...
Venice at night by Marek Kijevský
Venice Italy on a Sunny Day taken by Lauren D. Lewis. Would you like more photos of Venice in summer? Click here.
Venice - Gondolas at Rest
Photo "A Gondolas go by" taken from the window of the absolutely wonderful, incredible and completely surreal Acqua Alta Bookstore.
I love Venice in winter. The mists swirl in and the very air seems filled with mystery. Centuries and lives, now long past, seem to mingle with today - on such a day there is no today, no yesterday . Oh, and if you've ever read the Brunetti Mysteries then you'll adore Venice in winter.
A Restaurant in Venice
This photo of a Venice Restaurant taken by Lauren D. Lewis. If you need an excellent restaurant in Venice try the Osteria Anice Stellato (click for more details).
A Night in Venice
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