Piazza San Marco -- Busily taking
snapshots, I was not aware that my rather unremarkable frames of the piazza
could later be assembled into a larger collage. I just had to tolerate the
angular inconsistencies and to draw the sky over the 9th-century Palazzo Ducale,
which assumed its present form in the 14th century. It was hard to imagine
how the tall, singular bell tower could ever collapse and not take the square or
anyone with it, but that was what happened in 1912.
This photo was taken with the Canon Pro70 digital camera.