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Saturday, July 21
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The Politics of Education
Headless duellers
The inscription book
courtesy DBoyd
What I wrote
Waiting for Pu
Pu writing
courtesy DBoyd
Pu's response
Massive Hydraulic Crane
courtesy PChen
courtesy PChen
courtesy DBoyd
Shipyard view
Even the shipyards...
The Chinese exhibit
courtesy DBoyd
courtesy DBoyd
Old fuel tanks
The Chinese exhibit
Marine paraphernalia
courtesy PChen
Random writings
Random writings
Biennale sign
After examining much of the artwork, which ranged from disturbing war- influenced dali-esque paintings to statues of duelling headless shooters, and heading outside into the courtyard, where massive ironworks of the late industrial age are everywhere to be seen, we wrapped things up and headed for home (so to speak) in order to arrive back in time to drive back into the mountains to meet Graham. We had had a very full and enjoyable day in Venice. Always an amazing and fulfilling place to visit.

Our trip back to the train station on the water bus was exceptionally beautiful, with just the right angle and quality of late-day light.
Palace and Campanile
San Giorgio Maggiore
La Guidecca
courtesy PChen
Ridin' a bus
Modern life in Venice
Impressive Facade
Dorsodura district
courtesy PChen
Water traffic light
Snapping tourists
Interactive Trackmap & Photo Points - A Day in Venice - Murano and the Biennale - Click map to expand
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