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A broad and varied gallery of beautiful Venice photographs. Both classic and unusual views for the loving observer.

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ACQUA ALTA: Venice and the phenomenon of high water  
Amongst the many images displayed in this website, Venice pictures have a special place. All images in fact document, from an artistic point of view, the particular phenomenon of acqua alta. Taking place when the tide level is high and the wind is blowing from the sea towards the land, acqua alta represents a problem for inhabitants and travellers, as well as a menace to Venice's integrity , but it can also offer the chance for an unusual, somewhat poetic view of the most famous Venetian monuments and places.
http://www.hape-osswald.de/portfolio/venicedirectory - [ Link & Google PageRank: Google PageRank: 3/10 3/10 ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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hapePHOTOGRAPHIX: Venice 2005  
Venice photographs are in the eyes and the mind of people everywhere. So many have been taken in time that nowadays it gets really hard to escape banality and the “already seen” sensation. That's why this photo gallery has something more to it. Trying to present Venetian icons rather than the usual cityscape images, its aim is that of going beyond the usual views on the lagoon, the art and the city itself, and hopefully taking a step out of the ordinary.
http://www.hapephotographix.com - [ Link & Google PageRank: Google PageRank: 3/10 3/10 ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Dan Helle's photographs
Dan Heller's photography site contains over 26,700 photographs taken in places from all over the world, that can be browsed freely or using the internal search engine by inserting a keyword, licensed for commercial use or purchased as fine art prints. Not only, but there are also tips and advice in case you too want to become a photography master. His Venice photographs, clear and colorful, are sorted by topic and place, covering the most characteristic city aspecet.
http://www.danheller.com/venice-gcanal.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Forray - Venice photos
Forray.com is a site in English and French that offers galleries of low- resolution photographs from places around the world, such as Mali, Mexico, New York, Australia, Taiwan, Barcelona and so on. Their Venice photos will take you into a tour in the city of the Doges, visiting all of the most famous places, from San Marco Square to the Bridge of Sighs, from San Giorgio's Island to the Grand Canal and the lagoon, together with pictures of the Carnival.
http://www.forray.com/venezia - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-05 ]

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Lapanse - Venice photos
La Panse de l'Ours is a French-speaking site devoting most of its pages to cultural happenings and artistic events. It includes a small Venice photo gallery, showing some of the most well-known Venice spots. These include Piazza San Marco and Palazzo Ducale, seen from the lagoon, the Grand Canal with the Santa Maria della Salute church, the Bridge of Sighs , and the island of San Giorgio Maggiore with its bell tower.
http://www.lapanse.com/venise/photos/album_photos.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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Marco Mercuri - foto di Venezia
Marco Mercuri is an Italian photographer who has travelled Europe, especially Great Britain and France. His site includes not only pictures, but occasionally guides as well. He's visited some of the most important and interesting places and archaeological sites, including Carnac and Stonehenge. His Venice photos explore the city in detail, from a walker's point of view, and reveal particulars that usually escape the camera's eye.
http://www.marcomercuri.org/Venezia2.htm - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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Michael Seewald 2004 Venice calendar
Michael Seewald, a photographer based in San Diego, since 1986 has travelled the world creating his fine-art photo shoots, for which inspiration – he claims – has been largely provided by God. A spiritual man, Seewald completely immerses in his work, exploiting the magic capacity for capturing the moment that a camera has. His 2004 deluxe Venice calendar, in a signed and numbered limited edition, perfectly captures beauty and charm.
http://www.seewald.com/2004_calendar.htm - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Photo travels
www.phototravels.net presents a large collection of photographs taken by Frantisek Staud during his travels as well as some travel accounts written by him. Images can be bought as fine art prints or purchased for editorial use or advertising, or simply enjoyed by browsing amongst over 5000 images hosted on his site. And how could be a section about Venice missing? Ordered by theme (Venice in the dark, Venice in motion, the Carnival and so on) his photos can sure convey part of this city's beauty.
http://www.phototravels.net/venice/index.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Photo-exhibits.com
Photo-exhibits.com shows photos of New York City, Paris, Venice, Poland, Vietnam, and Egypt. Pictures are both color and black-and white, and there are also night views, some aerial photographies and maps. Their Venice photographs, uncovering some of the most well-known places, but also many unusual views and intimate corners out of the usual tourist's stream, have a special charm that makes them really worth giving more than a quick look.
http://www.photo-exhibits.com/europe/italy/venice_photos/venice_color_photographs_2.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Pictures of Venice at terragalleria.com
Terra Galleria is an on-line gallery of travel, adventure, landscape and nature photography by Quang-Tuan Luong, containing over 13,000 browsable pictures from all around the world. The photographs are available as fine art prints, for purchasing for commercial use, and also for personal use. News and pictures are added monthly They have a large collection of Venice photographs, that with their charm and colorfulness will be sure to win you.
http://www.terragalleria.com/europe/italy/venice - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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The Venice School of Photography
The Venice School of Photography is an English speaking company specializing in photographing workshops, tours and holidays in Italy, from the Venetian Carnival costumes to the natural beauties of a sunset in Tuscany. They offer internationally-recognized instructors, as well as the best attention for detail, and all of the teaching is done in English. Their courses are carefully planned to closely resemble a holiday, with small groups where anyone can be followed individually, carefully picked nice little hotels and such.
http://www.learninitaly.com - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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tomoko yamamoto
Tomoko Yamamoto is a Japanese artist who has travelled to Venice in 2001, 2002, and 2004, each time as part her travels for her Schubert multimedia project. Here she presents her photos of well- known spots in Venice taken during her sojourns at various times of the day. Her photographs are available for sale on the site as prints, of which she has in stock various types. By sending her a mail in advance, you can know if the print you would like to have is for sale and at what price.
http://www.tomoko-yamamoto.com/photographs/travel/Italy/Venice/Venice.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Travel Photos by Galen R. Frysinger
Galen R. Frysinger is a retired scientist that once used to study chemistry and physics and now, after changing his field to comparative ethnography, he spends his time travelling the world looking for interesting places. He loves taking photographs of the places and the people he has seen, as well as telling tales of his adventures and displaying his views on the world. Of course, Venice has been one if his travel destinations, and he has taken the chance to take pictures in a period of time going from 1976 to 2002.
http://www.galenfrysinger.com/venice.htm - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Veneto and Venice photos
Durant Imboden's europeforvisitors.com is a site conceived to offer travellers all they need to know to visit Europe safely and without surprises. The site gives advice on all the most common topics, such as accommodation, transportation , maps and illustrated city guides. Their Venice photo section is a collection of photographs posted by various users or linked from various websites, many of which come along with text articles that will help you get a more in-depth vision about the city.
http://europeforvisitors.com/venice/planner/blp_venice_photos.htm - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Venice photos
Earth-photography.com is a site devoted to showing images from all over the world. Landscapes and cityscapes, maps, and portraits all find a place here, together with a selection of wallpapers. Their Venice photo gallery wants to be out of the ordinary. Leaving the usual, well-known tourist spots, that have been photographed a million times, they will take you for a random walk to see the true face of Venice, the one usually hidden to the big crowds.
http://www.earth-photography.com/Countries/Italy/Venice_intro.html - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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Venice photos
In the autumn of 1997, Patrick Fox spent a long weekend in Venice, that he documented taking a lot of pictures of the places he visited enjoying himself. Now these photographs are on his website, as a part of the many links found in his homepage. He took pictures of Venice with acqua alta (high water), the tidal phenomenon periodically flooding the city, tourists, landmarks, San Marco Square and San Giorgio Maggiore, the island visible from San Marco with its church.
http://freespace.virgin.net/patrick.fox/venice - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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Venice photos
The world is living in light, and while a poet describes such light in his verses, and a painter reproduces it with his brushes, the photographer's mission is that of capturing it. The fascination of photography is that of its artistic and expressive potential, translating the moment into images, the immersion into new worlds. Such is the purpose of Luciano Testi's photographs, a view on the world – and on Venice – that captures the unusual, beautiful detail the eye register, but never truly makes his until the moment you see his pictures.
http://foto.lucien.it/viaggi/venezia/venezia.htm - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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Venice photos at Photo.net
Photo.net is a community providing information and support for all photography lovers. From camera reviews to learning, from travels, shopping and equipment, every possible topic or need is covered, and a forum puts all users into communication. Their Venice photo section, offering many useful links to related pages, hosts photographs by Philip Greenspun. The photos cover the main geographical aspects of Venice, including the sestieri (the quarters the city is divided into) and the lagoon.
http://www.photo.net/italy/venice - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-04 ]

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Venice, Venezia photos by Kim Gilmour
Kim Gilmour has set up this site a few years ago. Originally devoted to London pictures, now hosted in a weblog all of their own, the site contains some photo galleries depicting places Kim has been to, such as Greece, New York, Sidney and Sealand, the offshore platform in the North Sea. Kim's Venice gallery represents a walk down memory lane, remembering a springtime trip in the timeless beauty of the most particular city on the water ever built by men.
http://kim.nyclondon.com/gallery/venice - [ Google PageRank: Google PageRank not actived not actived ][ Last update: 2006-05-09 ]

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