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PhotoHunt: Triangle


This week's theme is "Triangle."

Many triangles decorate the apse of the Basilica dei Santi Maria e Donato (also known as San Donato di Murano), a church built in 1140 on the island of Murano in the Venetian lagoon.

This is one of the oldest and finest churches in Venice. Inside, there's a beautiful golden mosaic of Mary, and amazing multi-colored Byzantine mosaic floors with foilage and peacocks.




You can find more Photo Hunters and join the hunt here. A few more photos of the church are below the jump.

Happy holiday weekend and happy Spring!




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Comments (32)

What beautiful shots. Amazing architecture!

What a beautiful church. Love how you found the triangular details in it.

How bout them heels is right. Woohooo!

What a beautiful church, Annie. Great shots.


Beautiful shots Annie and amazing architecture!

Have a great weekend! :)

Beautiful shots of an interesting building.
Happy Easter.


So many triangles and in what a beautiful setting!

Wow! That's a beautiful building you have there Annie. I found more little triangles in another photo as well. :)

Happy Easter!


I found triangles hard to find... you have so many... Beautiful photos Annie!


Annie, that IS a remarkable church -- gorgeous photos!

Wow~ There are so many triangles in the architectural of the church.

Happy Easter!

wow - these photos are so beautiful. I'm so impressed with what you come up with too! :)


Amazing building and some wonderful photos Annie. Lots of triangles here.

Happy Easter to you.

Wow! I want to go there! Love it! :)

A multitude of triangles!


Gorgeous architecture and amazing that you found triangles there. :)

Happy Easter!

da structure is really spectacular :)
lurve it

wow...this is an ultimate triangle feast :-) good thing you took pictures of the church's details.
Nice shots.

Lovely shots!

The structure of that buildings are really pretty. Good choice for the theme. Mine is also ready.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, awesome PhotoHunt selection! That's a very beautiful church and I love the mosaics inside of it. I didn't visit Murano in 2007 and now I wished that I had so I could've seen this wonderful church. The Triangle designs really stands out. The details on this church is pretty amazing!

Thanks for posting these cool photos and have a great holiday weekend too Annie!

These buildings are so, so beautiful. Great photos!

I hope you have a chance to see mine.


Have a happy Resurrection Day! He is risen!

Oh so beautiful details on the churches. I just love them.

Beautiful shots. Great take on the theme.

Barb Cabot:

I can always count on your blog for great photos. Wonderful assortment of triangular shapes here on awesome architecture.

Beautiful shots Annie. I am kicking myself that I never made it to Murano when we were in Venice. Clearly we need to return.

Fantastic shots...beautiful buildings.Mine's up , too


Love your take on this weeks theme. Great photos too!

I found it hard to find triangles in my house this week but I did finally find some.

Mine's up and ready...come on over!

Appropriate photo! Menehune

Beautiful photos of this church. I thought I recognized it but couldn't place it til you mentioned Murano. It was closed when I was there. I only took a couple of photos. Wish I took more. Will have to go back again (darn it!). :)

Beautiful photos, Annie. I’ve been to Murano twice but never made it to the Basilica. I now regret not making time to visit it. The mosaic of the Madonna is stunning and so are the mosaic floors.

I see that you enjoyed perfect Venetian weather, with such blue, clear skies.


Visiting the church was every bit as fascinating and impressive as the glass on Murano. Thanks for posting and reminding me of it.

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