I only found a few shrines there but wow, this first one might be my all-time fave. I'd like to copy this one for my own garden. It doesn't look like it would be too hard to build.
What a great use for a tree stump.
I also like this empty niche on the side of the cathedral.
A Madonna with vines, not completely overgrown yet but the vines are moving on up.
This is the shrine at the vaporetto landing, with another glimpse of the "cyclopian works in steel and reinforced concrete" that I mentioned in my last Torcello post. Not crazy about the bricks but I do like the shrine. When I was walking around the island, I found a pretty little sea shell that I put on this shrine before I headed back to Venice.
This weather-beaten ceramic Madonna was behind the church of Santa Fosca.
The churches of Torcello coming up next week....