Early sunlight beginning to touch this canal. I have software, The Photographer's Ephemeris, that shows on a satellite map the direction of the sun and length of shadows for any place and time on earth (including future dates). It cost about $12 in the apps store.
Captured on film.
Gondola Bows!! Mostly, we see the whole object. But there are many component patterns!
In Venice, serves as "Main Street".
If they had met one another on a lonely trek across desert or mountain, they'd be hugging!
Off the coast of southern England
Man Under Stair was taken in Honfleur, France, on film, in 1984
My wife and I were on a guided tour of the Benedictine Abby in Melk, Austiria. As the group passed a spiral stairway, I looked up and saw this design. quick snap, 1/8 sec, hand held. Very Lucky.
This shot taken from in front of my Venitian hotel.
Koblenz, Germany. Admission: I added the light in the window afterwards in Photoshop. Shhhh.
Budapest, 2006. Today's lesson: If you hold the camera level, the vertical lines of the building will not converge.
Schonbuhel Castle is at Wauchau Valley (actually on the Danube River), Austria. At that moment, the lit-up castle contrasted against the dark clouds.
View from the courtyard of the Doge's Palace
I left my hotel almost an hour before sunrise, expecting to see no one. Instead, there were photographers and their tripods scattered all around.
View of the Campanile (Tower) from St Mark's Square [Pigeon Capital of the World]
I was walking on the street in Regensberg, Germany, looked down this passageway and saw the costumed man walking right to left. I readied my camera, & as luck would have it, just seconds later he moved left to right and I captured this image. Lucky, yes, but you've got to be ready!
Taken from the back of a water taxi going from Venice airport to near my hotel.
Near the Cavalletto Hotel
From the airport to the pier closest to my hotel. More fun than a subway (which Venice does not have).
Not her best Idea,... we hope. Is that a Martian to her right?
Austria; What's around the corner?
Captured on film in 1978
Actually a not too mysterious hotel, near Koblenz, Germany
Hardly any space at the base of these mountains, yet a town is built along the edge of the river, and more structures on any semi-level spots and still more on top. Be glad you're not the Mailman!