San Marco’s Clock Face

The astrological clock of Piazza San Marco, in Venice, Italy.   © 2012 by Bridget Ehemann

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About Bridget Ehemann

Bridget is a marketing professional from Wisconsin who moved to Europe in 2009 to fulfill her passion for travel. While living in Belgium, she discovered new passions such as Pierre Marcolini chocolates (try a Câlin) and learning fun expressions in different languages. She loves culture, nature and photography and has visited almost 50 countries.
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7 Responses to San Marco’s Clock Face

  1. Wonderful! Loved the color contrast. Nice composition too.

  2. Jessica says:

    Wow, what stunning colors!

  3. schnapit says:

    Love the colours, had a look at your other photos too, they are fantastic. I am just getting into photography and notice you are using the Nikon 18-200mm VR II lens (which I am thinking of getting). Can I ask are the photos that you put on your blog colour enhanced or are they straight from the camera? Thanks

    • thanks! I usually try Auto Enhance in Aperture to see if it improves the images, but usually try not to alter a photo too dramatically. This picture is cropped and color enhanced. If the original colors are really dull, I sometimes get good results using the Toy Camera preset to boost the color, but decreasing the radius to look more natural. The lens is great! I think it is worth the investment and much more handy than carrying several lenses on a trip. Enjoy it and thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  4. schnapit says:

    Thanks for your reply, much appreciated.

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  6. darkbrightly says:

    Beautiful! Love the colors. I’m going through your other photos too – I love your work!

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