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More Burano shrines

Both of these are large, colorful, and dramatic with huge bouquets of flowers and big electric lights. I'd love to see what they look like at night with those lights on.


Because the campo in front was torn up, I wasn't able to get a decent photo of this one. Had to stand right underneath and shoot. This Madonna is holding an exuberant Baby Jesus throwing his arms out with joy. Great flowers too!



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Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, these shrines are so beautiful. And they put two really full and gorgeous bouquets of flowers for each of them. I bet they are even prettier at night with the lights on.

Thanks so much for sharing more of your Burano photos. Have a wonderful day.


Wow -- these shrines are seriously exuberant! It would be interesting to see how they look all lit up at night!

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