Venice Gallery – the Islands

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A small bus ride away

Being Venice it’s of course a water bus. Those who have arrived here via my first Venice gallery will know I had to whittle my complete Venice selection down, and this collection is based on the Islands of Murano & Burano. We also stopped at the Cimitero di San Michele en-route, but I respected the wishes of the cemetery and did not take any photo’s while we were there.

This selection of shots is from a weekend break in late March 2014.

And now the gallery

The technical bits

For this mini break I kept things light, sticking to my EF24-105mm f/4L series lens on my Canon EOS-1Ds MarkIII.

Images captured as Raw and imported into Adobe’s Lightroom. The images are then processed in Adobe Photoshop through a selection of techniques, predominantly Google’s Nik collection of filters to create a look that echoes the experience.

Have You

Visited Venice? Or is it still on your bucket list? We would love to hear your experiences - was it as good as you thought?

Inspired to visit Venice and its Islands?

We loved Venice and it’s Islands.

We also learnt that Venice has given the English language words such as Arsenal, Lido & Ghetto to name but a few.

What more can you ask for style, romance, culture & knowledge.

For our weekend break we stayed at Al Ponte Antico. A wonderful hotel, in a fantastic location.
A Gallery from the Venetian Islands, Venice, Italy

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About the Author


Gary, the co-founder of Our World for You, was born and raised in London. An IT guy who likes to takes snaps. Along with Janis his partner, they have been travelling part time since 1995. In 2016, over a Sherry in Seville, they decided that enough was enough with suits. The decision was made to take their knowledge and experience to create a blog to inspire others to travel the world near and far.

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