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Circles

The theme for this week's Saturday Photo Hunt is "circles."

I love this theme even though I seem to take many photos of circles and it was tough to narrow it down. Here's a small collection of circles that can be found in Venice~

San Marco 4864


Dorsoduro 3254/A


San Trovaso


Cannaregio

Thanks for visiting and have a good weekend.

See a list of upcoming Saturday Photo Hunting themes on Gattina's website here.

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Comments (11)

Lovely collection for the circles theme :) I found it to be a fun theme too! Happy photo hunting and weekend.

these are brilliant shots for the theme. i've always enjoyed your photos from Venice.

Ewok:

excellent take on the theme.

have a wonderful weekend.

These are all fantastic choices for the theme. Beautiful works of art. Happy Weekend!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, oh I just love the lace top on your 3rd photo. This is a beautiful photo collection and a wonderful take for this week's theme.

Have an awesome weekend.

sandrac:

Brilliant circles!

Very interesting circles :-)

Very nice circles !
As long as you don't run in circles it's ok, lol !

A nice collection of circles depicting different images. :D

Anne:

Beautiful collection. The third one is exquisite...am thinking it is Elizabeth and Mary celebrating their pregnancies?

Andrew:

Great theme Annie. I guess you have hundreds more you could have used. Good choice.

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