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Death in Venice

By cooky
Taken at the weekend - the red raincoat and the architecture reminded of the film.

UPDATE: thanks to Rog title should read Don't Look Now. LOL

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: bokeh, PLCimagery, IMAGESTAR and 10 more

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PLCimagery 10 77 1 England
12 Feb 2008 7:49PM
Really like this - shame about the scaffolding through the window.

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cooky Plus
13 6 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2008 7:51PM
Thanks Pete. The scaffolding and blue plastic sheeting caught my attention. My attempt at Avant Garde! Glad you like it.

RogBrown 10 3.1k 10 England
12 Feb 2008 9:37PM
I know the film you mean but it's not called Death in Venice. Isn't it Don't Look Now or something like that? With Donald Sutherland?
shutter speed 12 369 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2008 10:00PM
Hi Kath,
This works very well the glint of warm light on the stone work and the sheeting and scaffolding is almost like a leaded window the colour it provides adds to the overall attraction of the image.
Nice to see you posting again.
And with your new toy Smile

cooky Plus
13 6 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2008 11:20PM
Thanks Rog! I'd like to say it was a cryptic clue but actually just senile decay! Of course Don't Look Now - where the heck did I find Death in Venice? Challenge to all you film buffs!

Anyway...thanks Ian too! Glad you saw through my leaded window! Sounding more like Count Arthur Strong by the minute! Yes I joined the playground with my canon when my trusty fuji let me down. Although it is mended courtesy of fuji, thought it was time I started using lenses and things!

Regards and thanks to all the clickers.
luxaeternam 9 21 1
13 Feb 2008 9:25AM
I like the touches of colour that the girl and the sheeting bring to the cold stone architecture.
daffydill56 13 190 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2008 6:08PM
Have to agree totally with the above comment. I can never find the words to describe what I am thinking..., but luxaetenam did LOL.

Great work.


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