|This is perhaps one of the least photogenic views of the cemetery island's church of San Michele that is possible, and yet... (taken 13 October 2018)|
Saturday, August 28, 2021
New Tech, Old Lagoon, or, Solar Panel, Sunlight
Saturday, August 21, 2021
Friday, August 20, 2021
Waterside Music (Though Not in Venice)
We're still so tangled up in getting settled here in Toronto, that I've still had no time to think of Venice, nor even access photos from earlier in the summer in Venice that I might like to post, nor to really reply to comments.
Monday, August 16, 2021
Tuesday, August 10, 2021
Saturday, August 7, 2021
180 Degrees of the Grand Canal As Mirror--and An Update
|The kind of calm on the Grand Canal that one hopes never to see again: 5 April 2020 during the first lockdown|
No, I've not stopped doing this blog, I just haven't had any time to give to it during our long, complicated, and on-going move from Venice to Toronto.
By this time we'd hoped/planned to be getting settled into a new home, but the apartment in Toronto we rented months ago from a distance turned out, in person, to be no place we could really live. So we are still in a transitional stage, still living mostly out of our suitcases, and once again looking for another home.
In the meantime, both Toronto and Venice--and any place with any sense (which, alas, leaves out a dismayingly large percentage of my native land)--are doing what they can to fend off or contain a potential fourth wave of Covid infections.
The surface of Grand Canal so calm as to be mirror-like (as seen in the panorama above) is a rare and wonderful sight, but one that I hope no one will be seeing again because of a pandemic.