Monday, March 26, 2012

That's Amore

Venice, Italy

It was a cold and foggy night and this couple had St. Mark's Square almost all to themselves. They didn't even notice the intrusive photographer lurking behind the columns.

20 comments:

  1. Lovely shot James!
    Now that moment will last forever. :)

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  2. You've captured a sweet moment in a beautiful scene. Romance.

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  3. This photo is truly breath taking!

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  4. You really captured a golden moment set off with a golden hue.

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  5. Breathtaking it is! What an incredible, delightful, romantic capture -- and not staged!! I love it, James! Not your everyday photo op that's for sure, but I'm so glad you did catch it and share it with us! Lovely way to wind down my day!

    Sylvia

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  6. This scenery is so poetic! Beautiful picture, a romantic postcard!
    hugs
    Léia

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  7. Il y a une belle chanson de Dean Martin qui s'appelle "That's amore".. James, quel incroyable romantique tu fais! :o)

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  8. But Why should they bother, when they are so involved. Nice timing

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  9. Mais.... toutes les merveilles du monde ne sont-elles pas dans les yeux de l'Autre ?!

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  10. Hola, this is a nice shot and romantic.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  11. Great capture!
    So romantic!
    Thanks for sharing, James;o)

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    Hope you are having a fabulous week ****

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  12. PS: about your question: in France, we use the words kindergarten in french (jardin d'enfants), but for the places where kids go BEFORE to go to school, it means when they are between 0 and 3/4 years. First years of school are called "école maternelle, classes are divided into "yellow"(smallest babies) , "pink"(middle age babies) and "blue"(oldest babies). Then kids go to elementary school, they enter into the "cours preparatoire", then "cours élémentaire 1"and "cours élémentaire 2" (CE1-CE2) , then to "cours moyen 1" and "cours moyen 2"(CM1-CM2).
    Then they enter in the "college", where they go to the 6th, then 5th, 4th, 3th . Then to the lycée where classes are 2nd, 1rst and "terminale".
    In France , parents are obliged to put their children at school from 4 to 16 years old.

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  13. In the mood for love :)beautiful pic !

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  14. Simply stunning. And I love, love "The Rainy Day" too.

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  15. Beautiful photo James! What a moment you've caught...

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  16. wonderful photo!!! Looks like it could be part of an advertisement for something extraordinary!!!

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