Not only Venice is worthy a photographer’s attention, also the neighborhood offers amazing occasions to take splendid pictures. I love to explore the many islands, small villages and beaches that are disseminated in the Venetian lagoon to look for the surprising beauty that lies outside the main tourist routes. I was strolling around Cavallino when I saw this characteristic row boat as the sun was setting down, and the scene was filled with its lovely golden light.
Location: Piazza Cavallino, Cavallino-Treporti, Venice.
What to shot: The small village of Cavallino lies next to the lagoon and has a waterside road that allows to look at the lagoon comfortably while remaining stable on the land. Be it on your foot, in your car, or even better riding your bike, as it offers an amazing occasion for a cycle trip, enjoy the Northern and wilder part of the lagoon of Venice.
Ideal time to shot: Both sunrise and sunset.
Gear: Wide angles, standard zooms.
How to get there: From Venice, public transport water bus line 14 or 15 to Punta Sabbioni, and then autobus 5 to Piazza Cavallino.
Coordinates: 45°29′03″N 12°33′03″E
With this picture I participate to the weekly photo challenge ‘Fray‘