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PhotoHunt: Upside Down

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This week's theme is "Upside Down." Fun theme!

Pretty much everyone who goes to Venice with a camera ends up taking reflection-in-a-canal photos; it's just irresistible. Plus, you never know what you'll get since it all depends on the time of day, the position of the sun, etc.

I took these on a cold and cloudy winter day on Torcello, a beautiful island in the Venetian lagoon. I've flipped them upside down. The red brick in the upper right corner is the sidewalk I was standing on when I took the photos.

Torcello canal, upside down

In this next one, you can see the bell tower of Santa Maria Assunta, Torcello's thousand-year-old cathedral, down in the bottom right corner. It's upside down because I flipped the photo! It's also covered with scaffolding for restoration work.

Torcello

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Those are both beautiful reflection shots. Happy weekend.

Sue:

These are beautiful pics for the theme :)

Now I'm confused which is the original object... it looked as if you purposely turned it upside down.. haha :P Nice one Annie. :)

Very good, Annie! Reflections are indeed upside down. It'll be fun to see what this week's participants will come up with.

Mar:

I love reflections, yours are wonderful!! Great choices for the theme.

I love the reflections. Beautiful photos!

great reflections. there could be a meme solely for reflections don't you think?

wonderful take.

Great photos!

I leave for Venice in a week and will be going to Torcello for the third time. Lucky me!

This is my ninth Italy trip, so my ninth trip to Venice. :)

Beng:

beautiful reflections

YTSL:

Still have yet to get to Venice. One day...

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, gorgeous photos and perfect choices for this week's theme! You captured these reflections so beautifully.

Have a great weekend!

ann:

Love your reflections... I didn't really have any upside down photos.. so I have some almost upside down going on...LOL

It is really a creative choice thanks for sharing...happy hunting.

Love your reflections on the theme! :-) These are unique!

perfect reflections Annie!

Beautiful reflections!
Great choice.

CY:

Despite seeing so many upside down landscapes, never grow tired of seeing it. Great one and absolute awesome. Have anice weekend. CY
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they are really pretty! nice capture! my PH is up too.

Tab:

Those are beautiful pictures. It does look cold!

i love your photos very beautiful.

Happy weekend

I don't know when I have seen more stunning reflections. Flipping the photos upside down was a nice touch.

Rae:

I love the way you capture the beauty of Venice. I wish upon a *star I can go there someday...

Please drop by to visit my entry for this week. Thank you!

Happy Weekend! :)

Nice reflections. The second one actually gives me a little vertigo since you can tell you are upside down. Have a great weekend.

This is a beautiful image and a clever way to interpret the theme. I love this Torcello teaser and hope to see a blog entry soon. ;)

Have a fun weekend!

Lovely photos!

Here's mine... kinda wordy today. I didn't want to go on a trapeze bar and I have no pics of mountains. :S

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Have a great weekend!

It took a while for the photo to appear and before the part below the rocks appeared, I was starting to get vertigo!

The from the rocks up looks like a beautiful silk-screen...

Very beautiful photos!!

Beautiful photos!!

Great shot - apparently we, who are lacking an upside down reflection in the canal image, have to go back just to correct that error.

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe:

Beautiful!

It is like an optical illusion! Very cool! Love both of them :)

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