The train from Venice pulled out only minutes ago, heading south to Florence and away from the city that, after 8 years, I’m only now beginning to really discover, though I’ve loved her – quirky, busy, impossibly tangled with tourists, as well as beautiful, romantic, and bathed in light – from the start. Florence will be a quick one, 4 days between workshops to catch my breath, and catch up with email, in between visits to the Uffizi gallery and some favourite wine bars. And then it’s on to Rome for one last week of MentorSeries Workshops in Italy. The next ones will probably not be until 2019 or 2020.
The last two weeks in Venice were a creative surprise. I expected to spend a little time making moody black and white photographs. Instead it was all colour all the time, mostly reflections, silhouettes, and shadows. The muse wants what the muse wants, I guess. Maybe next time. And yet, I’m thrilled with the results. It was nice to see Venice a little differently.
Here are a few of the images from the last two weeks in this fabulous city. As always, if you’ve got questions about the technical or the creative steps that got me here, feel free to ask! I’ll drop you a line the next chance I get.
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