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PhotoHunt: Road


This week's theme is "Road."

The last time we did this theme, I showed you a charming little NC roadside attraction, the folk art village of Shangri-La.

This time I'm going to Venice. One of the many things I love about that city is the fact that there aren't any cars or roads (as we usually think of them); instead, there are canals (roads for boats).




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Thanks for visiting and have a good weekend.


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What a unique and cool take on the theme :) I would love to live in a place where I could travel to and fro by boat. Well at least try it for a little while :) Happy weekend and photo hunt!

i love Venice and great idea for the theme. your photos are gorgeous.

I love it. Roads Venice style. Great photos too.


I love your photos.Thanks for bringing us to Venice. :)

Have a fabulous weekend!


These shots from Venice are spectacular. I love the beautiful architecture, water and reflections.


Yes, the waterways of Venice. No cars there is great although it would be nice if people picked up after their dogs.

Happy weekend to you.

Kathy ( trekcapri):

Hi Annie, the Venice Roads are the most beautiful in the world! Stunning photo collection ...I love the colors, reflections, and the cool arches of the bridges.... A very creative take on this week's theme.

Have a great weekend!


Beautiful watery roads. Great Post!!

Been to Venice some years back and I enjoyed it so well! would love to go back. great take on the theme.

A delightful take on the theme :-)

That is a different kind of road very nice. Happy weekend. Mine is up...


Love the idea of canals as roads for boats -- which, of course, they are. And the photos are really so very lovely. :)

Love your beautiful roads of Venice. Great reflection shots!! Oh, wish I was there right now! I did not enter this week, I am house sitting for my sister. Happy weekend to you.

Amazing! I would love to visit there.

I knew where you were goig tog o with this - I so love the roads in venice.

Brilliant choice for the theme this week.

I'm hoping all is ok for you! Just saw the terrible destruction on the news in No. Carolina.

Thanks Girasoli. It was a scary weekend. I came through the storm just fine and so did my family; others were not so lucky.

It was very windy and loud as it passed over my house, but it went by very fast and didn't do any damage. I lost satellite TV for a while but that was it.

Thanks for thinking of me!

I am so glad you and your family are all ok. How scary! I would have been freaked out. So sad for so many others.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, I just read your comments and had no idea that a tornado had touched down in North Carolina. I looked up an article to learn more about what had happened and I am so sorry for all of those who were affected by this tragedy...It must have been so scary. I'm glad to hear that you and your family are okay. Take care and my thoughts are with everyone there in North Carolina.

Thanks to both of you.

It's even scarier as the story unfolds. They now say that there were 63 tornado touchdowns in North Carolina on Saturday afternoon. NC has an occasional isolated tornado but to have that many in such a short time is so unusual. I feel very lucky but so bad for those who lost their homes and loved ones.

Thanks for thinking of me and checking in!

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