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For want of a nail, the shoe was lost;
For want of a shoe, the horse was lost; and
For want of a horse the rider was lost;
Being overtaken and slain by the enemy, all
For the want of care about a horseshoe nail.
- Benjamin Franklyn.

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  • Venetian Sunrise

    Thanks Alan, but I don't think that you can go far wrong when you visit Venice. The light changes at different stages of the day and throughout the seasons, giving you a great variety of possibilities.

    No wonder Turner, Monet, Manet, Singer Sargent et al congregated here, this is a truly wonderful city.

    I have a different perspective of the same view -"O' Sole Mio" taken an hour and fourteen minutes apart (later), and the contrast is noticeable.

    Tom Smile
    • 7 Dec 2017 1:22PM
  • Rio de San Zulian

    Smile Thank you Allan, I love Venice and keep going back to look for hidden gems, and at best try to get shots without the tourists. That usually means getting up early! Here's a direct link to other Venice stuff that people might not get to see. http://www.kam-era-man.com/gallery/venice-2016---2017-28336
    • 15 Sep 2017 1:59PM
  • Gothic Symmetry

    Thank you for your comments and the award Pamela - my first one, It's much appreciated. SmileSmileSmile

    • 12 Jul 2017 11:47AM
  • Just Chillin'

    Thank you guys for the votes and comments Smile
    • 3 Jul 2017 12:39PM
  • Appalachian Spring : 7 Bumble Bee and Dawn Viburnum

    The Bees knees Jenn, well captured. Smile
    • 6 Apr 2017 12:16PM
  • Lohengrin

    Thank you Sangram for your User Award, it's my first one!

    Regards, Tom SmileSmileSmile
    • 10 Mar 2017 1:20PM
  • Not a Murmur!

    Thanks for the comments Malcolm, much appreciated. Smile

    I would love to capture a Murmur sometime!

    Regards, Tom
    • 9 Mar 2017 11:47AM
  • Bald as a Coot

    Thank you Sangram, Smile
    • 9 Mar 2017 11:42AM
  • Crete, an Island of Secrets

    Reminds me of my recent trip to Venice, there's much more to those Islands than just the Iconic places visited by the tourists.

    Good luck for the book launch, Regards, Tom Grin
    • 8 Mar 2017 10:22AM
  • Dr Martins

    Where about in Manchester please?
    • 26 Jan 2017 3:25PM
  • The Last Supper

    Sublime! :-o
    • 26 Jan 2017 3:14PM
  • Advertising Venetian Style

    Thanks Sangram, Venice is a photographer's dream, there's something interesting around every corner. Its a wonderful place to visit. Grin
    • 21 Jan 2017 10:19AM
  • The Mazzorbo Connection

    Thank you Sangram, if I had the software I would have got rid of the overhanging branches. Grin
    • 13 Jan 2017 10:29AM
  • The door in colour.

    Very Interesting Image, not the kind of thing i would expect to find in the UK, more reminiscent of our European cousins. Smile
    • 22 Nov 2016 12:03PM
  • Rio dei Miracoli

    Thank you Sangram for your kind comment. Smile

    Venice offers so much scope for photography, and I've only just scratched the surface.
    • 22 Nov 2016 11:57AM
  • La Volta del Canal

    Thanks Ron, There's such variety and good material to capture in Venice, It's just a matter of getting lucky with the light and/or lack of tourists. Smile
    • 14 Nov 2016 1:46PM
  • 'O Sole Mio

    Thank's Larry, I had to get up fairly early to achieve this - (minus tourists)!
    • 14 Nov 2016 1:43PM
  • Aged and Weathered

    Thank you Larry. Smile
    • 14 Nov 2016 1:41PM
  • spot of bird watching

    I'm quite impressed Keara, keep up the good work! It just shows you, if you're old enough, you're good enough. Grin
    • 25 Aug 2016 6:47PM
  • Seen better days!


    We're lucky in this country that are museums are mostly free. I've just got back from the V&A in London, you could get lost for hours in there - Ideal for a visit on a rainy day!

    • 9 Jul 2016 1:09PM
  • Seaton Sluice

    A regular haunt of mine when I take a walk from Dudley. You could visit a hundred times and get a different perspective or weather conditions affecting the final shot. Was last there in early April. Incidentally, the Tall Ships event is coming to Blyth during the August bank holiday weekend when I'm hoping to be a Ships liaison officer for the duration on one of the vessels, it should be interesting.
    • 29 Jun 2016 3:55PM
  • Dryad Saddle

    Thank you Isabel for your kind words. I came across this by accident and was immediately drawn to it, didn't know what species it was at first, but after some detective work found the answer.

    Tom Grin
    • 10 Jun 2016 4:02PM
  • Seal of Approval

    Thanks Tony, appreciated comments.
    • 7 Jun 2016 10:57AM
  • Sheba

    Interesting composition, very rustic and earthy vibe to it. Excellent, well done! Smile Tom
    • 13 May 2016 12:45PM
  • It's good, but not quite Carling!

    Thanks for the comments guys!
    • 12 May 2016 12:54PM
  • Dietrich von Hochsteden, Count of Are, kneels before a shrine

    I'm glad that you enjoyed the Info and the picture, thank you for your comments. Unlike the majority of major museums worldwide, the V&A and other British museums are free to enter and you're allowed to take photo's. What's not to like!
    • 12 May 2016 11:39AM
  • Set In Stone

    Yeah, you can't beat the old films - another one that springs to mind is Whiskey Galore, both are great stories.
    • 19 Apr 2016 3:34PM
  • The Magnificent Seven

    Another winner, they look so proud. Wink
    • 6 Apr 2016 10:53AM
  • Camargue Horses

    How I've missed this I do not know - I think It's fantastic.

    • 5 Apr 2016 12:26PM
  • Robin in a flap

    Great capture Cathy, you must have the patience of Job. I'm half expecting an appearance by Batman anytime here! Grin

    • 5 Apr 2016 12:18PM