Riva di San Biagio looking towards Riva degli Schiavoni and St. Mark’s Square: in the special climate of the lagoon a single sky can be at once the expression of a tornado and a storm… and more.
Japanese tourists in Venice.
Newlyweds on a gondola in front of St. Mark’s Square and the Doge’s Palace, with the superb columns bearing the symbols of the winged Lion of St. Mark and St Theodore, recalling the glorious and ancient history of the Serenissima Republic of Venice.
Moving through the Venetian canals in the gondola.
Acqua alta in Venice: the newlyweds in St. Mark’s Square, the Byzantine architecture, entrance to St. Mark’s Basilica.
Acqua alta in Venice: the Clock Tower in the background.
The newlyweds close to a characteristic Venetian building featuring a projecting ledge supported on “barbacani” (a typically Venetian term referring to the wooden brackets set at the level of the first floor, which allow the building to be extended outwards at this height, without narrowing the calle).
Visited by lovers all over the world: the Rialto Bridge with the illuminated palazzi along the canal.
The newlyweds on the Rialto Bridge; on one side we can see the Rialto market, one of the most lively and animated areas of the city.
The Rialto Bridge looking towards St. Mark’s Square.
Jazz and waltzes beneath the stars and under the rain: St. Mark’s Square looking towards the Procuratie Nuove and the Napoleonic Wing housing the Correr Museum.
Wind, rain and love in the by now silent St Mark’s Square; the portico of the Doge’s Palace with its slender columns offers us shelter from the wind.
The bride runs along a narrow lane.
From the Riva dei Sette Martiri, named after the seven political prisoners killed by the Germans in retaliation after the disappearance of a German soldier, who was only later discovered to have fallen drunk into the canal and drowned.
Campiello Corte Nuova in the direction of the Fondamenta della Tana
From the Fondamenta della Tana towards the Arsenale; the wind transforms the bride’s veil.
The newlyweds close to the Arsenale; we enter a typical shop where we find numerous ropes. Tomorrow we will visit the rope-makers at the Arsenale ...
The understanding between the bride and groom…
A vision of Japan in a little mirror … and, suddenly, “Snow Country” by Kawabata.
Tourists in Venice greet the newlyweds.
Photos and videos in Venice, under the portico of the fourteenth-century wing of the Doge’s Palace overlooking St. Mark’s Basin.
The newlyweds take a stroll before returning to their hotel in Venice.
A cup of tea at the Florian café in St. Mark’s Square; the tourists take photos of the couple, congratulating the newlyweds and wishing them well.
So many photos of the happy newlyweds on the day of their wedding in Venice.
In the background, the churches of San Giorgio Maggiore and Santa Maria della Salute.