AN ARTFUL MEMORY OF VENICE PART I


This weeks Photos For Friday is of details and architecture discovered in Venice. Since the Design Leaders Summit just occurred in Venice this week, it reminded me of our trip we made to Venice... so rich with history and details... There are so many photos I'd like to share with you, so this post will be in two parts. This phase are photos converted to Sepia, B&W with blue tint, B&W, and a REALLY dramatic edit from Picnik called Heatsource... enJOY this batch...

S*E*P*I*A





H*E*A*T*S*O*U*R*C*E





B&W  W*I*T*H*  B*L*U*E  T*I*N*T




B&W








This one is fun...


Hope you're having a Happy Friday
 (like this guy!!)

More photos, in their original color pallet,
to be posted later... enJOY your day!



All photos by Lynda Quintero-Davids



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6 comments:

  1. Great photos...looks like an unbelievable trip!

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  2. Lynda, wonderful photos! I have always wanted to go to Italy ever since my mom hung a painting of one of the bridges in Venice on our living room wall...Maybe in a few years when we're finished paying for our daughters' college!!! Have a great weekend!

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  3. Beautiful photos. The heat source is pretty cool and I love the blue tint. We love Venice once all the tourist leave and it is quiet in the evenings. My in-laws lived about 30 minutes from there while we lived in Germany so we visited often. Just breathtaking!

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  4. Thanks!! Glad you're enJOYing the photos. Have you tried Picnik for photo editing? I could just get lost on their site playing with photos!!

    We went to Venice in May and the weather was gorgeous! We thankfully had made enough profit from the sale of our condo back in '07, so we were able to go to Italy for our honeymoon...

    :D Lynda

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  5. You're going to make me cry. I want to go to Italy so much someday. *sigh* Maybe when the kids are grown or older. Maybe.

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  6. aaawww Michelle... Put photos of it on your inspiration board and you WILL make it happen!
    Check rates because they fluctuate during seasons. Also check out cruises. It's to my understanding they cover a lot of area within a budget and there is also Perillo Tours...

    Best wishes on making your dream come true... and when you get to Italy, a MUST place to go see IS Venice...

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