While in Italy in April we went to the island of Burano, historically significant for lacemaking and nowadays the main attractions are these charming colourful houses and fresh seafood.
I've always liked pegging up laundry, love the fresh air snapping through my clothes and sheets. I simply enjoy handling cloth in most activities related to it. In Burano, everyday linens and clothing begged to be photographed. They appeared in thoughtful combinations, elevating the practice to a different level.
The island is in the lagoon north of Murano in Venice (see previous post).
|Colour Theory Study.|
|Composition and a feat of 'out the window' engineering.|
|London Plane never looked so good.|
|B & W Study #1.|
|B & W Study #2.|
Photographed April 18th, 2012 on a fine sunlit day.