Postcard from Venice – waiting for the Biennale

The Sky Over Nine Columns
The Sky Over Nine Columns

It has been a pretty busy week for me here in Venice, since I am moving from the neighborhood of Dorsoduro to the one of Castello. Many stuff to do left me with almost no time to take pictures, so I went trough my library to find this one of the amazing Biennale installation by Heinz Mack: the sky over nine columns. I am wondering what will bring us the forthcoming edition of the Biennale, starting next month.
But now it’s time for a holiday.. ready to fly to the United States.

Location: San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice.

What to shot: Venice’s skyline and lagoon, St Mark’s square, Punta della Dogana, and the Grand Canal.

Ideal time to shot: Sunset.

Gear: Wide angles to Standard Zooms.

How to get there: Public transport water bus stations S. Giorgio (line 2).

Coordinates: 45°25′45″N 12°20′35″E

8 thoughts on “Postcard from Venice – waiting for the Biennale

  1. We lived in Tuscany for a year and I remember an Italian saying to us about Castello “if Venice is a fish then Castello is a tail!” Hope the move goes well.

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