Friday, July 23, 2021

The Captain (Weekend Street/Reflections # 26)

 

Venice, Italy

I couldn't tell what she was looking at, but it must have been interesting. She was focused on something before, during, and after I took the picture. It wasn't a person because she and I were the only two people on either side of the canal. One of the perks of traveling off-season. 

Have a good weekend!😎


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Friday, July 16, 2021

An Evening in Soho (Weekend Street/Reflections # 25)

 

London, England.

Have a great weekend!

https://youtu.be/pwKDFzSQwPI

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Friday, July 9, 2021

A Rainy Day in Venice (Weekend Street/Reflections # 24)


 Venice, Italy

In 2014 (5 years before last week's picture), I took this picture from the bedroom window of an apartment that I rented on Airbnb.

Have a great weekend!

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