Photo Challenge: Trial 1 – Padova

Photo Challenge-Curves it is said that in nature there are no straight lines. Today’s challenge is to photograph curves.

Il CanaleThis is a large “canal” that runs through Padova (Actually the Brent River but everyone calls it the canal, don’t know why).

Ponte RomanaI raise the camer just a bit and there is the Ponte Romana!

Tana del LupoloI passed a few hours, guest at the History Faculty’s Library…but before I arrived there, we stopped off at the Tana del Lupolo in fronto of the faculty for our morning coffee. I was fascinated with the roofing of the “porticato”, covered walkways which are abundant in Padova!

porticato

I’ll just start here this morning…and hope you have a nice day!

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    • I really don’t know why, unles of course, there are also some canals the lead off from the river and so everything for convenience sake becomes il canale!

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