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This week's theme is "Mostly Black."

Interesting theme!

Here's one from my recent trip to Venice...the Grand Canal at night.

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Mar:

Fantastic shot for the theme!!

the Grand Canal is wonderfully captured at night. happy weekend.

Looks gorgeous! I love the way the light is playing off of the water :) Happy weekend!

Fantastic shot. Very romantic. I hope you have a great weekend.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, wow that is a really stunning photo of the Grand Canal at night. I love Venice all the time, but at night when it is quiet and beautiful like in your photo, it is really very special. Great photo and take on this week's theme.

Have a great weekend!

Pat:

Oooo...so dramatic - love it!!!

Happy Weekend.

It looks so beautiful even in the darkness.

Oh my - haunting and breathtaking! Lovin' Venice~

Liz:

Beautiful take on the theme.

Have a terrific weekend!

Mostly Black

ann:

Absolutely beautiful....

Beautifully captured! An excellent take on the theme

Ewok:

Beautiful post. I love how romantic this is.

Mostly black, but still illuminating :-)

YTSL:

Beautiful photo -- and you sure do keep on revealing new angles to Venice! :)

So dramatic and takes my breath away!! Oh how I love Venice in the night time. You have captured it so well, Happy weekend, Annie.

Gorgeous shot Annie - I love taking pics in Venice at night - what little light there is causes such fascinating reflections on the water.

Have a brilliant weekend.

sandrac:

Spectacular!

I love so much about this photo - the lights, the reflection , the water. I just finished reading another blog about the Phantom of the Opera and this building felt perfect for the play.

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