Venice – Works Of Art

To me, Venice is in itself a work of art.

Today, I showcase some delightful window displays from the magical city…from chocolate art to carnivale masks. All but the first, shot through glass. Hope you like them as much I did discovering them.

Lamp display, Venice
From inside out!
Mask, Venice
After hours….shuttered shop window
Chocolate boutique, Venice
All edible – Chocolate art, Venice

Window display, venice      Masks in window, Venice      Reflections on glass window, Venice

Happy travels…no matter where life takes you.

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Madhu is an Interior designer turned travel blogger on a long sabbatical to explore the world. When not crafting stories on The Urge To Wander, she's probably Tweeting @theurgetowander or sharing special moments on instagram.com/theurgetowander

81 thoughts on “Venice – Works Of Art

  1. Did you treat yourself to some of these chocolates? The shuttered shop window is my favourite photo here.

    1. Thanks Kan. And what a co-incidence that you should mention that site! Bruno connected with me after reading my “Moving in Venice’ post!!! Wish I had known him before I went 😦

  2. I LOVE masks! They provide emotional shelter and encourage spontaneity !

      1. Some masks are intentionally sinister I agree but many more are fun! I always think about posting a challenge requesting people in masks! I think I only have one personally!

    1. I love that one too Jo, especially for its aura of mystery. Wish I could make the price tag across her nose go away though 🙂

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