Sadly, the canals that make Venice so unique also threaten the city’s survival. Built on an archipelago in a marshy lagoon, Venice has lived with the constant threat of Acqua alta for centuries. The millennium-long struggle to make the in-habitual habitual, has always been a testament to Italian ingenuity at it’s finest – in the most elegant, gritty and enchanting way. I have no doubt that Venice will succeed at survival once more.
With only one day in Venice, I wanted to capture Venice at it’s most magical, from late afternoon to sunset.