Monday, May 22, 2017

Burano blues


Murano glass vases have been set in
a niche on Burano.  I love the
very fresh flowers and the way the
water of the canal is reflected
on the wall.

[Linking back to Blue Monday at
Magical Mystery Teacher.]

4 comments:

  1. That's a striking photo. I love the blue, blue glass....

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  2. That picture blow my mind.You captured timing is great.Can you share anything about essay on time.com?

    If you can it will be great for me.

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  3. One little place of holiness amidst the bustle of the city. Thanks for linking to Blue Monday!

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  4. It’s almost as if the light was emanating from Our Lady herself.

    I read, like earlier today, in Oz Clarke’s The History of Wine in 100 Bottles: “Venetian glass had dominated the glass business since the sixteenth century, and Murano in particular produced large amounts of brilliant glassware that must have thrilled those who could afford this new, glittering material.” There were no Murano photos so this post was thrilling in itself by showing a couple of examples of just why Murano glassware is considered to be, even today, a brilliant, glittering material.

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