Venice is known as a beautiful, classic & extremely popular destination. Actually, it’s such a popular destination that they recently passed a law that allows the municipality to charge an entrance fee for tourists visiting the city for the day for an up to 10 EURO (Apparently, the main reason is that most tourists visit the city just for the day and doesn’t necessarily stay the night).
Venice is also a great city for photographers. I’m happy to introduce you to some of the top photography spots in Venice, just in case you’re planning to visit the city. Let’s start –
- St. Mark’s Square / Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco is probably the most known, identified spot in Venice. I would say it’s a great photography spots for all hours of the day with a great array of compositions & angels.
- Pont de l’Académie
One of the most popular bridges to take photos, especially at night. The bridge also gives you a great view towards Basilica Di Santa Maria della Salute and in my opinion is also a great spot for long exposure photography as you can capture the boats sailing in the canal.
- Rialto Bridge
Probably the most popular, central bridge in Venice, with a great view to the grand canal. This is a great spot to take photos at sunset/night (unfortunately mine was taken in the afternoon).
4.Riva degli Schiavoni
As I see it, the most picturesque location in Venice. The sight of the swaying gondolas in the beautiful scenery in the background. A great place to visit through out the day, but if you need to pick a time, then you should probably go for the golden hour. Moreover, I think it’s a great spot for long exposure photography (the swaying boats).
- Fondaco Dei Tedeschi By DFS Venice
Fondaco Dei Tedeschi is a shopping mall located inside a beautiful old building. The reason i’m telling you about it is the fact that on the 4th floor of this shopping mall, as you exit the elevator, continue straight and to your right will be a door (you’ll recognize it by the guard standing next to it) leading to a rooftop with a 360 view of the city, and it’s beautiful!
I would like to thank Roy Povarchik for letting me know about this amazing spot!
Make your dreams come true or at least give a great gift to a person you love💕
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So lately I came across an amazing website called Dreame.me
On their website, they write about Dreame as being a collective of co-creators, that actually create art upon request depicting memories, fantasies, songs and dreams.
Dreame connects between dreamers & artists, making it affordable to buy art personalized just for you and also for the artist to earn is well-deserved fee.
Moreover, in an interview with one of the co-founders, she said that about 90% of the dreams come true for the dreamers. I lingered about this, trying to sense and thought that it could be explained by the fact that you get to look and see your dream visually everyday (you can choose for the art to printed on yoga mattress, a smartphone case or just as a photo at home).
Once you look at dreams everyday, a dream is not something you think about at times, but it permeate to your subconscious, helping you get new ideas or actions to take in order to make your dreams come true.
I loved the idea of looking at my dreams everyday through art, and this was the artist’s interpretation of my dreams:
Can you guess my dreams?