Venezia: The MYST

As many know, I have
a deep and abiding love
of
the
Fog.

I seek it out,
look for it,
shoot it.
Everyday.

And to that, we created [Michael & I]
@TheFogSociety.

You should join us on Facebook
if you haven’t, or
use our handle.

Seattle
+
Fog
go
together.

It’s what you can’t see, or what you can imagine, through the fog, that’s interesting. I found it fascinating to experience that selfsame and happy precipitation in Venice, along with our AluFriends.

Comune de Venizia is an astonishing city. Its history is about defense from the Germanic Lombards who — after their destruction of Roma — sought out other valuable real estate, including Venezia. The people escaped to the marshlands and erected a city on wooden Alder pillars, lashed in quicklime, that created a petrified substratum of pilings that created a concretized foundation, supported with Istrian limestone, that, mostly, survives to this day. There are other challenges.

I’d never
been there.

Haze made it
all the better
in my eyes.

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The flight in
was similarly
misted.

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And DHL by Gondolier
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One Response to Venezia: The MYST

  1. Ray says:

    So , you are at Venice Tim.
    I was there last May- June
    Love the city , although I prefer clear not mystery

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