These images are random and all over the place. There is no order or continuity at all. They are just images that I have manipulated to Black & White using HDR techniques. (High Dynamic Range)  All have a link below the image that will show you either the Earth view location or the subject in street view. Google Earth is now a web page and clicking the links will open a new browser tab.


“The Dunny”, Gracious Street, Old Hampton Townsite, Burra, South Australia

[Google Street View]

Timbers from Old Underground Mining, Sons of Gwalia Mine, Gwalia, Leonora, Western Australia

[Google Earth View]

Tower Bridge View, Tower of London, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London, England UK

[Google Earth View]

War Memorial, Apród Utca, Budapest, Hungary

[Google Earth View]

“J Shed”, Fleet Street, Fremantle, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

“Bakewell” 542, East Perth Railway Terminal, Perth, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

“Love in Tokyo” Shop Awning, High Street, Fremantle, Western Australia (now closed)

[Google Earth View]

“Rest Hut”, Scapa Flow Visitor Centre & Museum, Lyness, Hoy, Orkney Islands, Scotland UK

[Google Street View]

Bollards, Kirkwall Marina Wharf, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland UK

[Google Street View]

Char Char Restaurant+Bar, Fishing Boat Harbour, Fremantle, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

Citroen 2CV, Klosterneuburger Straße, Vienna, Austria

[Google Earth View]

“Confession”, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Domkirche Street, Stephansplatz, Vienna, Austria

[Google Street View]

Coorinja Railway Bridge, Toodyay Road, Hoddy’s Well, Western Australia

[Google Earth View]

Doorway, Cnr Henry & High Streets, Fremantle, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

Doorway, Habsburgergasse 12, Vienna, Austria

[Google Earth View]

Dublin Buses, O’Connell Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland

[Google Street View]

Escalators, Hyde Park Corner Underground Station, Knightsbridge, London, England UK

[Google Street View]

Headframe, Altona Gold Mine, Kookynie Goldfield, Kookynie, Western Australia

[Google Earth View]

Houseman’s Shaft Engine House, South Phoenix Mine, Minions, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England UK

[Google Street View]

Callington Mill, High Street, Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia c.1837

[Google Street View]

Office Building, Andrássy útca, Budapest, Hungary

[Google Street View]

Overflowing Derelict Water Tank, Mt Ida Road, Clover Downs, Leonora, Western Australia

[Google Earth View]

Painted Vase

Rear Gates, Buckingham Palace, Grosvenor Place, London, England UK

[Google Street View]

Royal George Hotel, Cnr George & Duke Streets, Fremantle, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

Seagull, Rockingham Foreshore, Rockingham Beach Road, Rockingham, Western Australia

Steps, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundy Regional Park, Falls Road, Lesmurdie, Western Australia

[Google Earth View]

Stone Hut, Hoy, Orkney Islands, Scotland UK

[Google Street View]

Street Lamp, Karlova, Prague, Czech Republic

[Google Street View]

Sunset Time, Bathers Beach, Fremantle, Western Australia

[Google Street View]

Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe, 21 New Globe Walk, London, England UK

[Google Street View]

Café Restaurant, Týnská ulička, Old Town, Prague, Czech Republic

[Google Street View]

Fürstentum Liechtenstein Botschaft, Löwelstraße 87, Vienna, Austria (Principality of Liechtenstein Embassy)

Haus-Löwelstraße, Löwelstraße 6, Vienna, Austria c.1566

In 1795 it was called the Ogilvische (named after Karl Hermann Graf Oglivi) house. At that time Beethoven lived on the third floor.

Metastasiogasse (off Löwelstraße), Vienna, Austria

President’s Office, Löwelstraße, Vienna, Austria

Doorway, Police Inspectorate, Ballhausplatz, Vienna, Austria

Erzherzog Karl (Equestrian Statue), Heldenplatz, Vienna, Austria

The statue of Archduke Charles of Austria, modelled on a popular painting by Johann Peter Krafft, was inaugurated already in 1860. It was meant to glorify the Habsburg dynasty as great Austrian military leaders, though they just had suffered a crushing defeat at the bloody Battle of Solferino.

Archway, Courtyard of Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Sculptures, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Doorway, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Window, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

The Hofburg is the former imperial palace in the centre of Vienna, Austria. Built in the 13th century and expanded in the centuries since, the palace has been the seat of power of the Habsburg dynasty rulers, and today the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria. It was the principal imperial winter residence, as Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence. Since 1279 the Hofburg area has been the documented seat of government.

Emperor Joseph II Statue, Josefplatz, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

Josefsplatz is centred on a full-sized equestrian statue and monument of Emperor Joseph II, erected by sculptor Franz Anton von Zauner between 1795 and 1807. Modelled on the statue of Marcus Aurelius on Capitoline Hill in Rome, the statue was commissioned by Emperor Francis II who, from the age of 16, had been raised under the supervision of his uncle, Joseph II. The depiction of Joseph II as a Roman conqueror, dressed in a toga and a laurel wreath, reflects the Habsburg belief that they were descendants of the ancient Roman emperors.

Entrance to Palais Pallavicini, Josefplatz, Vienna, Austria

Roofline of Palais Pallavicini, Josefplatz, Vienna, Austria

The palace was constructed in 1784 by Johann Ferdinand Hetzendorf von Hohenberg. The interior rooms are richly gilded and decorated with stucco, crystal chandeliers and mirrors. The elaborate inlaid parquet floors are made out of expensive woods. The Palais Pallavicini is still family-owned, and the historic rooms have been restored.

Habsburgergasse 12, Vienna, Austria

Kohlmarkt 16, Vienna, Austria

Kohlmarkt 4, Vienna, Austria

Josefsbrunnen (Joseph’s Fountain), Graben, Vienna, Austria

There are written records that in the middle of the 15th century, a fountain was built on the ditch, whose water was derived from the garden of the Hofburg in tubes and because of the four lion heads, which probably served as gargoyles, was referred to as “Löwenbrunn”. As of 1651, in the center of the fountain was a statue of Jupiter , designed by the sculptor Johann Jakob Pock. In the middle of the 16th century, another well was built east of the ditch. Among the wells also worked the court stonemason and sculptor Antonius Bregno (also called Premb ) and the court painter Stephan Simpeckh . After the erection of the plague column (1679), Emperor Leopold I wished that the two fountains, on either side of the column , be rebuilt, and that the fountains should be equipped with portraits of “St. Joseph” and “St. Leopold” . The reorganization took place 1680-1681. Around 1730-1740, the fountains were significantly changed. In 1804, the saints sculptures designed by the sculptor Joseph Frühwirth were replaced by lead figures by Johann Martin Fischer and the fountains were restored or redesigned.

Below the Josefsbrunnen, in 1904/05, Vienna’s oldest underground public utility , the public public utility on the Graben, was built. For this purpose, first the Josefsbrunnen had to be removed and later re-erected. In the course of a renovation of the public institution of need around 1987/88 also over it Josefsbrunnen was redeveloped.

Cartier, Kohlmarkt, Vienna, Austria

Chanel Building, Tuchlauben, Vienna, Austria

Storefront, Graben, Vienna, Austria

Café Griensteidl, Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria

Roman Archaeology, Michaelerplatz, (Historic Centre of Vienna), Vienna, Austria

The ruins on the Michaeler Platz in the city centre were uncovered between 1989 and 1991. Under the remains from the Renaissance-period, the foundation walls of the old Hofburg Theatre (built in 1776) and rented houses of the 18th century (demolished in 1889) there are structural remains of the canabae legionis, the settlement outside the Roman legionary fortress Vindobona. In the settlement lived the families (i.e. concubines and children) of the legionaries, there were also some inns, shops and brothels. The settlement was probably destroyed between 168 and 180 by Marcomans.

There has been a crossroads of two main streets – the “Amber street” from the Aquae region (today Baden south from Vienna) and the street along the limes – since the 1st century.

Michaelskirche (Catholic Church of St Michael), Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria

The church is a late Romanesque, early Gothic building dating from about 1220–1240. There is a document giving 1221 as the foundation date of the church, but this is most probably a 14th-century forgery. Over time, there have been many alterations, resulting in its present-day aspect, unchanged since 1792. The church is dedicated to the Archangel Michael and is one of the oldest churches in Vienna and also one of its few remaining Romanesque buildings. St. Michael’s used to be the parish church of the Imperial Court, when it was called Zum heiligen Michael.

Fiaker Horse Teams, Vienna, Austria

A fiaker is a form of hackney coach, a horse-drawn four-wheeled carriage for hire. In Vienna such cabs are called Fiaker.


After leaving Venice, we travelled by train to Vienna to spend a few days.



At the top of the map you can see Mondial Apartments where we stayed. (click on map)


Tramlines, Alserbachstraße, Vienna, Austria

Westbanhof Tram, Alserbachstraße, Vienna, Austria

Old Building, Alserbachstraße, Vienna, Austria

Mondial Apartments Entrance, Pfluggasse, Vienna, Austria

(This is where we stayed)


St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Domkirche Street, Stephansplatz, Vienna, Austria

St Peter’s Catholic Church, Petersplatz, Vienna, Austria

Fiaker, Petersplats, Vienna, Austria

Fiaker Horse Team, Jungferngasse, Vienna, Austria

Eisgrübel, Goldschmiedgasse 10, Vienna, Austria

On the surface of today’s house was once a whole building complex, which enclosed the so-called Eisgrübel. This piece of old Vienna, which only disappeared in 1896, was so named because here the ice cream vendors, who preserved the ice cream in the surrounding cellars, had their own stand. In 1430 the Eisgrübel was first mentioned.

Neuwallsches Haus, Schulhof, Vienna, Austria c.1728

Former Civic Armoury, Am Hof, Vienna, Austria

Built by the city of Vienna on the site of the former Jewish Fleischhof to create a municipal supply of weapons for the defense of Vienna and was used from 1562. Around 1676 it was extended to a neighboring house. 1731/32, especially the main facade was heavily redesigned. In 1809, the French looted the supplies and during the Revolution of 1848 , the National Guard had its headquarters here. After the completion of the New Town Hall on Vienna’s Ringstrasse, the weapons and trophies stored here were exhibited in the local Civil Weapons Museum.

Mariensäule (Marian Column), Am Hof, Vienna, Austria

After the Swedes had taken Korneuburg during the Thirty Years’ War, on March 29, 1645, a procession took place from the Schottenstift to St. Stephen’s Cathedral , where Emperor Ferdinand III. and his wife participated. The center of procession and worship was a picture of Mary. In case the Swedes could be repelled, the emperor vowed to build a marble pillar in honor of the Immaculate Conception of Mary.  
In 1646 it was made from marble to a design by Johann Jakob Pock (imitation of a Marian column erected in Munich in 1638) and ceremonially consecrated on May 18, 1647. At the inauguration the emperor and the court took part, as well as foreign ambassadors and ministers. In the following period, the Lauretan litany was sung here regularly, for which the emperor donated 600 guilders Rhenish.  The column was the first religious monument on Am Hof square . In 1667 it was demolished and placed in front of Wernstein Castle on the Inn (Upper Austria).

Street Lamp, Löwelstraße, Vienna, Austria

Street Lamp, Herrengasse, Vienna, Austria

Rathaus (Town Hall), Friedrich Schmidt Platz, Vienna, Austria

Door, Burgtheater (Austrian National Theatre), Josef Meinrad Platz, Vienna, Austria

These are random images of my European trip that I played around with Black & White and HDR. Where possible, I have included links that will open in Google maps showing the locations.

Traffic Mirror, Rio de l’Barcaroli, Venice, Italy

(Google Street (canal) View)

Ristorante da Ivo, Ramo Dei Fuseri, Venice, Italy

(Google Street View)

Chat Qui Rit, Calle Tron San Marco, 1131, Venice, Italy

(Google Street View)

Devil’s Forest Pub, Calle dei Stagneri O de la Fava, Venice, Italy

Antico Pignolo, Calle Specchieri San Marco, Venice, Italy

Candles, Calle Fuseri, Venice, Italy

(Google Street View)

Beggar, Calle Dose da Ponte, Venice, Italy

(Google Street View)

Canal Dock, Sestière di San Marco, San Marco, Venice, Italy

Gondola, Rio de San Zulan, Sestière di San Marco, Venice, Italy

Wall Lamp, Trattoria La Madia, via del Giglio, Florence, Italy (Inside the restaurant)

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Via San Matteo, San Gimignano, Italy

(Google Street View)

Internal Doors, Castello Malaspina, Fosdinovo, Italy

( Castle Location – Google)

Avenue of Trees, Augarten, Lampigasse, Leopoldstadt, Vienna, Austria

Flak Tower, Augarten, Leopoldstadt, Vienna, Austria

Flak Tower “Peter”, Augarten, Leopoldstadt, Vienna, Austria

(Google View – Street view not available for Austria yet)

Flak towers were eight complexes of large, above-ground, anti-aircraft gun blockhouse towers constructed by Nazi Germany in the cities of Berlin (3), Hamburg (2), and Vienna (3) from 1940 onwards. Other cities that used flak towers included Stuttgart and Frankfurt. Smaller single-purpose flak towers were built at key outlying German strong points, such as at Angers in France, Helgoland in Germany and Trondheim, Norway.

The towers were used by the Luftwaffe to defend against Allied air raids against these cities during World War II. They also served as air-raid shelters for tens of thousands of local civilians.

Café Restaurant Augarten Wall, Obere Augartenstraße, Leopoldstadt, Vienna, Austria

Tourist Carriages, Schloß Schönbrunn, Schönbrunner Schloßstraße, Vienna, Austria

(Google Maps– Aerial View of Schönbrunn Palace)

Sentry Box, Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria

(Google Maps )

Vintage Street Lamp, Herrengasse, Vienna, Austria

Street Sign, Nyáry Pál utca, Budapest, Hungary

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Váci Utca, Budapest, Hungary

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Sziklatemplom utca, Budapest, Hungary

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Szabadság híd, Budapest, Hungary (Liberty Bridge)

(Google Street View on the Bridge)

Street Lamp, Zlatá Ulička u Daliborky, Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic

Street Lamp, Old Castle Stairs, Staré Zámecké Schody, Prague, Czech Republic

Street Lamp, Zlatá Ulička u Daliborky, Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View inside the Castle Grounds)

Street Lamp, U Prašného mostu, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View on the Walk Down from Prague Castle)

Street Lamp, U Lužického semináře , Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Staroměstské nám, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View)

Street Lamp, Karlův Most, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View at Charles Bridge)

Street Lamp, Karlova, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View)

Sewer Access Cover, Old Town Square, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Street View)

River Barriers, Vltava River, Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic

(Google Aerial View)

Fremantle Gaol, The Terrace, Fremantle, Western Australia

Visitors’ Entry, Fremantle Gaol

Colonial Residence, Fremantle Gaol

The Fremantle Gaol was opened in 1855 and closed only in 1991. It is now a World Heritage Site.

Whalers Tunnel, Bathers Bay, Fremantle

View to High Street, Fremantle from Whalers Tunnel

The tunnel was built below The Roundhouse in 1838. The Round House was the first permanent building built in the Swan River Colony. Built in late 1830 and opened in 1831, it is the oldest building still standing in Western Australia.

Old Anchors, Victoria Quay, Fremantle

Below the Old Road Bridge, Pinjarra Road, Mandurah, Western Australia

This bridge was demolished December 2017

Sculptures by the Sea, Marine Parade, Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia

March 2018 will see the 14th Annual Exhibition

Woodbridge House (c.1885), Ford Street, Woodbridge, Western Australia

Jewish War Memorial, Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia

The Jewish War Memorial was unveiled in 1920 in memory of soldiers of the Jewish faith from Western Australia who died in service or were killed in action during World War One.  A plaque was added in 1953 to commemorate those lost their lives in World War Two.

Council House, St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia

“In The Shed”, Coorijna Winery, Toodyay Road, Hoddy’s Well, Western Australia

Gum Trees, Station Creek, Goldfields Highway, Leonora, Western Australia

Google Maps Street View

Mazza’s Store, Tower Street, Gwalia, Leonora, Western Australia

Google Maps Street View

State Hotel on a Misty Morning, Kane Street, Gwalia, Leonora, Western Australia

The hotel was built for £6,000 in 1903. It has been closed as a hotel since the 1960s. It is currently owned by the mining company St Barbara Limited and used as a store house.

In March 1919 what is thought to have been the State’s first Beer Strike occurred in Gwalia. Fifty residents voted for a Beer Strike and vowed not to return to the hotel until their conditions were met. They had carefully compiled a list of complaints, including some relating to the brand of beer offered, the price, size and cleanliness of the glasses, and the behaviour of the manager whom they insisted should be dismissed.’

Whilst staying at Trento in Italy, we decided on a day trip to Innsbruck to visit the Restaurant Seegrube which is situated nearly 2000 metres up in the mountains.

Brenner Pass, Brennerstrasse, Austria/Italy Border

Hungerburg Funicular Station, Rennweg, Innsbruck, Austria

River Inn from Nordkette Funicular, Innsbruck

The Alps from Nordkette Funicular, Innsbruck

Nordkette Skyline Park Map, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Mountaintop Comms Tower, Nordkette Skyline Park, Seegrube, Innsbruck

Scree, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Central Inn Valley, Innsbruck

Ski Lift Mechanism, Seegrube, Innsbruck

Hafelekar Station, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Cyclist Heading Down, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Frau-Hitt Warte Ski Lift, Seegrube, Innsbruck

Path at the Top, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Restaurant Seegrube, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Cable Car Exit, Seegrube, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Mountain View from Cable Car, Seegrube, Innsbruck

View from Hungerburg Funicular, Nordkette, Innsbruck

Funicular, Hungerburgbahn Löwenhaus, Innsbruck

Restaurant, Höhenstraße, Innsbruck

Hungerburg Funicular Station, Höhenstraße, Innsbruck

Tourist Rides, Rennweg, Innsbrucker Hofgarten, Innsbruck

Tiroler Bildungsinstitut (Tyrolean Educational Institute), Rennweg, Innsbruck

The Dogana Theatre, Rennweg, Innsbruck

Tiroler Landestheater (Tyrolean State Theatre), Rennweg, Innsbruck

Tiroler Landesmuseum (Tyrolean State Museum), Universitätsstraße, Innsbruck

Europa Bridge, Brennerautobahn, Schönberg im Stubaital

Boat Dock, Hotel Becher, Rio de l’Barcaroli, Venice

Sotoportego del Carbon, Riva del Carbon

Grand Canal from Ponte di Rialto

Ristorante Vinovino, Campo San Fantin

Ramo Primo del Paragnon

Arcade, Ruga dei Oresi

Arte Musica Venezia, Chiesa di San Giacomo di Rialto, Campo San Giacomo di Rialto

Corte dei Conti Sezione Regionale di Controllo per il Veneto, Calle Caotorta

Fountain, Campo San Giacomo di Rialto

Chiesa di San Giacomo di Rialto, Campo San Giacomo di Rialto

Hotel Entry, Campo Santo Stefano

396 Calle Arco

Trattoria All’Antico Pizzo, Calle San Mattia

Canal, Calle del Capeler

Rio de San Maurizio

Bridge, Fondamenta Riva Olio

Seafood Market, Mercato di Rialto, Calle de la Prescaria

Old Entry, Fondamenta vin Castello

Steps to Canal, Campo de le Becarie

Shop, 1562 Calle dei Boteri

Residence, Carampane

Sotoportego Carampane, Rio Terà de le Carampane

Rio de la Madoneta, Calle Luganegher

Passageway, Calle de la Furatola

Canal by Calle de Mezo

Costume Characters, Calle del Scaleter

Parrocchia di San Silvestro Papa, Campo di San Silvestro

Another of the many leaning towers of Venice

Sotoportego del Do Mori, Ruga Vecchia San Giovanni

Campanile of Chiesa di San Giovanni Elemosinario, Ruga Vecchia San Giovanni

Osteria Sacro e Profano, Ramo Terzo del Parangon

Alley between Campiello Rialto Nuovo & Ramo Terzo del Parangon

Rio de la Fava

Devil’s Forest Pub, Calle dei Stagneri O de la Fava

Rio de la Fava, Ponte de la Fava

Sky View

Gondola, Rio de San Zulan

Antico Pignolo, Calle Specchieri San Marco

Candles, Calle Fuseri

Bridge, Rio de l’Barcaroli

Reflection, Rio de l’Barcaroli

Venetian Moon, Rio de l’Barcaroli

Rio de l’Barcaroli

Canal Dock, Rio de la Fava, Venice

Chiesa di Santa Maria della Presentazione (Le Zitelle), Fondamenta Zitelle

Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Dorsoduro

Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore, Redentore, Giudecca

Rio del Ponte Lungo, Giudecca

Courier Boat, Venetian Lagoon, Giudecca

Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore, Redentore, Giudecca

Università Internazionale dell’Arte, Villa Heriot, Giudecca

Hotel Cipriani. Giudecca

Boatshed, Guardia di Finanza Comando Stazione Navale Venezia, Campo Nani, Giudecca

Guardia Boat, Guardia di Finanza Comando Stazione Navale Venezia, Campo Nani, Giudecca

Campanile of Chiesa di San Maggiore, San Giorgio Maggiore

MSC Poesia, Port of Venice, Santa Croce

Sculpture, Fondamenta Santa Lucia, Canareggio

Immaculata Virgo, Fondamenta Santa Lucia, Canareggio

People Mover Track, Isola Tronchetto

Norwegian Star, Port of Venice

Carinthia VII, Port of Venice

The yacht Carinthia VII was built in the Lürssen Yachts yard in 2002 and refurbished in the same yard three years later. One of the largest motor yachts in the world, it is owned by Heidi Horten, widow of the German entrepreneur Helmut Horten.

Artwork, Calle Dietro ai Magazzini

River Countess, Terminal San Basilio, Giudecca Canal

Musicians Sculpture, Terminal San Basilio

Ponte Longo, Fondamenta Zattere al Ponte Longo, Venice

Ristorante Terrazza dei Nobili, Fondamenta Zattere al Ponte Longo, Venice, Italy

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Rosario, Fondamenta delle Zattere ai Gesuati

Bridges, Rio de San Anzolo

Campanile of Chiesetta di Sant’Angelo, Campo Sant’Anzolo

Yes, the tower is leaning – there are several leaning towers around Venice.

Rio de la Verona

Rio del Fuseri

Bridge, Rio del Fuseri

Ristorante da Ivo, Calle Fuseri

Old Well, Calle del Frutariol

Old Well, Campiello Rialto Nuovo

Gondolier, Sotoportego e Calle Coppo

Street Lamp, Riva del Carbon

Grand Canal

Cargo Barge, Grand Canal

Balcony, Rio de San Zulan

Bridge over Rio de la Fava

Flower Boxes, Rio de la Fava

Passing Under Bridge over Rio de la Fava

Canal Access, Rio de la Fava

Sestiere Castello

Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Fondamenta Mendicanti

Bridge over Rio Mendicanti

Ambulance Boats, Rio Mendicanti

Ambulance Boats, Rio Mendicanti

Calle Berlendis, Rio Mendicanti

Ponte Dona’, Rio del Gesulti

Ponte Dona’, Rio del Gesulti

Ponte Dona’, Rio del Gesulti

Channel between Isola di San Michele and Cannaregio

Old Building near Entrance to Rio di Noale

Old Building near Entrance to Rio di Noale

Canalside Ruins, Rio della Madonna dell’Orto

Canal Access, Rio della Madonna dell’Orto

Canal Access, Rio della Madonna dell’Orto

Chiesa della Madonna dell’Orto, Fondamenta Madonna dell’Orto

Timber Bridge, Rio della Madonna dell’Orto

Rio del Zecchini

Calle de le Muneghe

Calle de le Muneghe

Chiesa Parrocchiale di Sant’Alvise & Suore Canossiane Monastery, Sampo Sant’Alvise

Old Villa, Fondamenta San Giobbe

Chiesa di San Geremia, Campo San Geremia

Chiesa di San Geremia, Campo San Geremia

Entrance to Rio de San Zan Degola Canal

Canalside Villa, Grand Canal

Entrance to Rio del Megio

Chiesa di San Stae, Campo San Stae, Santa Croce

Ca’ Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art, Santa Croce

Hotel San Cassiano (historic residence), Grand Canal

This is a 14th century building, known as the Residenza d’Epoca Ca’ Favretto. In English, that title denotes that this was the residence of the great Venetian painter Giacomo Favretto, famous in the latter half of the 19th century for great works such as Lesson in Anatomy and The Jealous Wife.

Support (by Lorenzo Quinn), Grand Canal

Support (by Lorenzo Quinn), Grand Canal

Grand Canal

Ponte Rialto

The Rialto Bridge (Italian: Ponte di Rialto) is the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Connecting the sestieri (districts) of San Marco and San Polo, it has been rebuilt several times since its first construction as a pontoon bridge in the 12th century, and is now a significant tourist attraction in the city. Construction of this version commenced in 1588.

Entrance to Rio de San Luca

Grand Canal

The Fate of a Banished Man (by Damien Hirst), Palazzo Grazzi, Campo San Samuele

Entrance to Rio del Malpaga

Golden Tower (by James Lee Byars), Campo San Via

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Rosario, Fondamenta delle Zattere ai Gesuati

Chiesa di Santa Maria della Visitazione, Fondamenta Zattere Ai Gesuati

Wild Kong (by Richard Orlinski), Sina Centurion Palace Hotel, Dorsoduro

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Dorsoduro

Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Dorsoduro`

The Fate of a Banished Man (by Damien Hirst), Fondamenta Salute, Dorsoduro – There are two such sculptures.