Meredith Scott Maisonneuve
Took this picture in
Sant Angelo, Venice.
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sumptuous reflection meredith, the bridge seems to be floating 🙂
I love the view clear above, shimmering below.
A bit different, I thought – glad you enjoyed it Viv 🙂
Thanks for coming over Christine – and for your like and comment! It took me ages to get the shot – the bridge was sited at a strange angle, starting in a little canal-side terrace, and diving down those few steps directly into a narrow alley, then there was the light … 🙂
So many things to see – a beautiful capture.
Aren’t there? And especially places like Venice – there’s a reason it’s been so loved by travellers and artists for hundreds of years 🙂
I have not visited yet and hope to do so one day. In the meantime I enjoy photos such as yours 🙂
This is a really pretty photo. May I ask where you were standing? Just curious 🙂
Ah, yes, well … it was a bit tricky, sorta hanging and hiding! Luckily I had my walking frame with me (long story!) and that came in handy too 🙂
how great if someone had taken a photo of you taking this photo! yes, i like what you’ve captured here!
Oh no!!!!!!!! That would have been a sight to behold – me propped up on my walking frame, hanging over the edge trying to keep out of the reflection1 Not a pretty sight – though amusing I suppose 🙂
but of course it would have been a great image, though you did well describing it!
I’d rather try describing than think there’s a photo of it out there somewhere Liza 🙂
i understand totally! i was crawling around on that last painting this past week, and lesli took a few photos as i worked. i thought, ‘i hope she doesn’t post those to the world!’
she’s quite sensitive and would never post an unflattering image, thank goodness!
Work in Progress? 🙂
no, it was the one just finished; we delivered it to her house, and of course, there were a few ‘touch ups’ that no one would ever notice except for me! https://playamart.wordpress.com/2013/01/21/mano-de-la-paz-finds-a-new-home/
Beautiful capture, Meredith! The reflection is gorgeous!
Bless you Marie – I loved how the reflection was cut by the bridge, making it possible to see the upper three floors, even though they weren’t visible in the real background building. 🙂
It’s stunning Meredith, a richly detailed image.
The place is like a stage setting, or artists’ playground, don’t you think? Everywhere you turn there’s something to examine 🙂
Superb capture! Did you shoot this from a Gondola? A winner for sure 🙂
No, not a gondola shot Madhu! This was a Meredith scales the railings (with the help of her collapsible walking frame that I was still using – mostly as an informal walking stick) doing complex physics to avoid self in reflections! 🙂
The building, bridge, and reflections are in one stunning beautiful photo! Perfect!
Sometimes you’ve just gotta have everything in the photo Amy! Thanks dear 🙂
Very nice composition. Love this shot.
Thanks so much for coming over John 🙂
What a place, eh? 🙂
I visited in 1989 and would love to back…
Lovely shot§§ stunning.
Very nice picture and that coming from someone who is not ecstatic about water!
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Great shot…love the building reflected in the water below the bridge.
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