What an amazing shot! I love the view and the perspective!
This is a neat shot with the bridge drawing the eye over to the other side.
Nice white bridge contrasted with the earthy colors, Alexa.
Okay, call me crazy, but is that you, Alexa in the window? If so, might I inquire about the "hunka-hunka" in the next window? This is a lovely shot and I almost wore out my camera taking photos in Venice. It runs a close second to Paris in terms of favorite cities.Oh, and do you know about the famous 19th Century cat Nini of this caffé?Bon dimanche,Genie
I love this shot, capturing the gondoliere in his uniform resting on the bridge!
Genie -- Okay—you're crazy. And that's no hunk, it's my brother David! We rented the apartment for a week two years ago and the cafe became our wonderful "pub local" while we were there. (The picture was taken by David's daughter). BTW, I have heard of Nini—but only very recently.
I kept looking at this picture and was wondering about the people in the windows! now I understand.
What a fabulous photo. I love the people at their windows, posing for the camera. It's a really great shot.http://thepaganeye.blogspot.com/2010/10/sunday-bridges_09.html
Hehehe, I thought that was you and that was even before you made your blog large enough that I don't even need glasses! Yay! I'm a detective! Your brother is pretty much a hunk though....Looks like a great hang-out place for a week in Venice to me.Have a great week, Alexa!Genie
Oh, how rude of me, I forgot to tell you (honestly) that you are looking pretty fine yourself. ;-)Genie
«Louis» is late making his rounds...maybe he should have had more of his own coffee so he could get around faster...