Venice and Cortona

I processed and uploaded several more images to my Website today from Venice and Cortona. It’s been difficult to get beyond those two cities, because they were so beautiful, very different from each other in many appealing ways, and because I have so many images from those cities and surrounding areas. For example:

Nevertheless, I am going to move on this week to my photos from Positano and the Amalfi coast and will eventually get to the images from Rome.

While processing the additional images from Venice and Cortona, I also added a few more to a gallery for doors and windows of Italy. One of the new additions follows.

If you are looking for the new images from Venice and Cortona, they are the last images in each gallery. If you click Venice or Cortona, you will be taken to appropriate galleries.

Hope you are enjoying my photos from Italy half as much as I am. It was fantastic being there, and my images bring back many memories.

About Stephen L Tabone

Executive Consultant and Nature Photographer
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4 Responses to Venice and Cortona

  1. Anne says:

    Wow … wow … wow! You have the most incredible eye for composition and color!

  2. While wandering around Venice (and the other locations in Italy), I was constantly on the look-out for a photo-worthy scene, and the one in this blog article looking down the canal and seeing the San Marco square clock tower was truly unique and amazing. So, I had to stop and shoot and probably caused angst, as I often did, to the others that were ahead me. But, I just had to stop, again and again.

  3. Anne says:

    The shot above of Venice is really unique! I love the round windows and the narrow waterway but what I especially love is the color of the buildings. That orange color against the color of the sky is so gorgeous and it reflecting back in to the canal … magnificent shot! You captured all the magic of Venice in your photos … you should be Venice’s tourism photographer.

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