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Arrivederci Burano

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One of those magical, out of time places that seem too charming to possibly be real…

This one clicks to a nice 1024 pixels wide…


Written by Titirangi Storyteller

21/01/2012 at 4:14 pm

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  1. That is gorgeous! We must rent a house with a courtyard in Italy — a stones throw from a plaza.


    Monica McLaughlin

    21/01/2012 at 5:12 pm

    • Oh yes! That would be divine! Have you been to Burano? It’s about an hour’s ride outside of Venice by waterbus… It used to be a bustling fishing iland, but all the young’uns left for the excitement of the big city. It has largely become a retirement community… just so wonderfully peaceful and just this colourful…


      • I have been to both Murano and Burano many years ago for a brief tour. I wonder how much it would cost to rent a small villa.


        Monica McLaughlin

        21/01/2012 at 8:04 pm

  2. I imagine it would be best to go in the off season… Venice would be lovely any time of year as would Burano. (Bobby and I had a funny and odd trip to Murano as well… it was nowhere near as charming as Burano…)

    But I would venture that while a small villa could be pricy – a decent flat in the village could be very reasonable… and be in the middle of the non hub-bubbing hub…


  3. Love the filter effect. It makes it look like a picture postcard. Beautiful.



    25/01/2012 at 12:33 pm

    • Funny how it becomes more what I ‘saw’ after I have a play with it… This was shot a long long time ago on my first digital camera. I think it was 3 megapixels…


      • ah yes, when 3 megapixels was really awesome . . . Still, it holds up.



        26/01/2012 at 8:06 am

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