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Old Mar 26, 2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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The other night, after many years, I slept in my old house in Venice.
I wanted to do some photos from my balcony at night, although it is a very personal thing, I want to share it with you.

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G'day Alex

You are fortunate to live in one of those "exotic locations" we all seen to read about but rarely get to visit :-)
I like all 3 images ... I get visually lost up in the black skies - whether it needs cropping or shooting earlier after sunset is ??? [and personal taste too], but all give me good-vibes regarding the region

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Very nice shots/place... I like the lighting... not overcooked...!
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beautiful and calm. a meal for me and my woman in casa bonita looks very much on the cards. thats where she wants to honeymoon. who am i to argue gorgeous pictures alex. and what a beautiful place to call home.
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out of interest alex, what time of night were these taken, it looks so peaceful. you must sleep like a log lol
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Beautiful Catalex. Would love to know the story behind this if you would like to share.

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Thanks dear Phil, John and JJ for your appreciations!!

@ Phil: in the original photos the sky is black, I wanted to raise the colors and details in shadows and I got a glow in the sky.

@ John: Yes is a very quiet area, it was about at 21.30.

@ JJ: Unfortunately I went to my old house because my elderly mother is seriously ill.
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Very beautiful Alex. I don't think I can move from a house with that view!

My best wishes to your mother.
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Sorry to hear about your mother, hope she gets better soon.

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Thanks dear Yuki and JJ for your participation concerns about the health of my mother!
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