My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Venice, Veneto, Italy, 2011

Photo by my father.

9 comments:

Lowell said...

Once again, I commend your father on his photographic talents. This is a delight on so many levels. Remarkable photo!

bfarr said...

What is that young boy holding? I really like the blue cast on the sculpture.

Arnab Majumdar said...

Wow, that is a beautiful shot there...

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Arnab Majumdar
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Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful composition! Your father is very creative!
Léia

VP said...

Bravo! This is a great picture, my compliments...

donnie said...

such a skillful image :))

Lowell said...

Hi Ciel! Are you on holiday today?

Re your comments about patriotism...with your background I can see how the concept could be a bit confusing! :-)

My point was (I think) that the more we begin to realize we are of one race, and as we begin to realize that "countries" are merely artificial divisions of our one race, the less need there is for patriotism ...

I go bananas when I hear some of the redneck teapot crackpots go on and on about the U.S. as being god's gift to the world and therefore can do no wrong. These are the same ones who won't eat French fries because they've been taught a lot of crap about France.

Yes, we could go on and on. But I think we're pretty much on the same page!

Have a great day!

tapirgal said...

Ciel, if I had ever been to Venice, you know I would have taken a photo of this! How unexpected to see this image with the lizard. Great angle. Kudos to your dad.

tapirgal said...

Heehee Lowell. Weren't French fries invented in the U.S.? I saw something about that on TV, but it was ages ago. Maybe Ciel knows. . . .