Lots of news today!
First, today is the last day to link up for January’s Photo-Heart Connection. There’s been a great response to this new series! I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to connect with each of you as you connect with your heart. I love seeing the community of kindred spirits grow around this. Don’t worry about being a “latecomer” to the party. It lasts a week so that you have time to find your heart connection and write about it. That’s not always easy! Consider joining in today.
Second, the winner of the Evidence of Love postcard giveaway is comment #20: Sharon. Congrats Sharon! Enjoy sharing a little love with the world. If you didn’t win and you would still like to share the love, the images in the Evidence of Love series are all available in my RedBubble shop. Or, as always, I encourage you to create your own images and share the love that way. So many options!
I continue my sharing of new Market/Wheels images today with this one from Venice. As I showed the other day, in the Venetian Lagoon it’s not all delivery by water. Wheels are needed to get the market wares to the shops, the same as in any city, they are just smaller and non-motorized. It takes effort to live and work in Venice.
This image shows you what a typical market store looks like in Venice. Tucked in a side alley, off the tourist paths, you will find these little markets bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to the permanent population. The texture that is found everywhere in Venice comes through here, from the rust on the cart to the crumbly brick walls. It’s a perfect example of why I loved photographing Venice so much, with the bonus of being part of the market/wheels series too.
I hope you have a wonderful day today!