Wordless Wednesday ~ December 11, 2019 December 11, 2019 ~ Tails Around the Ranch Live, love, bark! 🐾 Sharing is caring:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
57 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~ December 11, 2019”
Wow! That is extremely intricate work. Incredible!
The mosaics are beyond incredible. I was blown away by their intricacies and beauty.
Wow… I thought that looked Italian. I just saw that it’s from Venice. I hope it stays dry.
They have been hit with tons of rain, The Dogge Palace had threatening water for days. Heartbreaking.
Makes me think of DaVinci. I would love to go to Italy.
I hope you are able to visit-it’s an amazing country to see.
So much detail there! Beautiful.
The mosaics there are incredible.
Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Thank you. It was a pretty day to check out some of the city’s sites.
Was just there so I recognize it. Must say I did not love Venice.
What?! That’s hard to comprehend. Why not?
Oh man, I was counting on Helen to translate the inscription over the door. All I can puzzle out is it says something about strength conquers death but what the heck is a “fregit?”
An Italian latte? 🤣
Well, there’s “ovi” which I think is an egg. Now I’m really corn-fused.
A gluten free latte?
Could be. Or maybe a medieval Italian announcing he/she/they are ovo-lacto-pesco vegetarian.
That’s also a possibility. 🐣
Beautiful! I love Venice.
It’s definitely one of the most charming places to visit.
One of the most fascinating places in Italy.
Although I see it in the comment above me, but my first thought was Venice! Good pic for the day. 🙂
Indeed it is. One very special place with remarkable beauty.
I love wondering around away from the crowds.
That’s the best part about traveling. Seeing things tourists often forget to notice.
i went there with my father when I was a teenager…it was in November and the place was eery with fog. I loved it but never managed to go back.
Such a lovely place, with lovely people at every turn.
Such beautiful craftsmanship…most inspiring.I will never get there so thanks for posting it.
It’s quite the stunning place to visit but may I caution you into never saying never, though? I never thought I’d get there but good fortune found me.
Beautiful! Happy Howlidaze!
Murphy & Stanley
Thanks. And thanks for swinging by. We’ve missed seeing you boys and your mum.
This is St Mark’s Cathedral, isn’t it? Gorgeous!
It is indeed. Smart eye!
I am crazy about the North of Italy, dear da-Al; I’ve looked at it so many times while enjoying a cup of coffee…
It’s a fabulous country to visit.
Beautiful. I want to go.
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It’s definitely a place well worth seeing.
St. Mark’s Plaza, Venice. One of the most incredibly places in the city of much beauty.
One of the many places on my never-ending list.
If you go to no other place on earth, make sure this is that trip. It’s really worth it. There’s magic in the Aegean.
I have little doubt. I’m just beginning to travel the way I want to… even if the last one was in September 2016… I’m hoping to change that!
It’s one of the most magical places I’ve ever been to and was overwhelmed with it. I never expected to fall in love with Venice, thinking it was an overhyped tourist trap. But there is a special magic in all those waterways with the local peeps being warm, generous and quite amazing.
That’s what my friend said… Definitely not done visiting Italy. I only saw the smallest smidgeon
It’s an incredibly diverse and beyond scenic country.
It is! From one to another region, you can almost swear you are in another country.
Thanks, it was taken in Saint Mark’s Plaza in Venice. One of my all-time favorite cities to visit.
the sky looks so beautiful
It was one of those amazing gorgeous Italian days.
and that’s eggs-cellent… ;o) venice?
It is. One of my favorite places. I keep hoping Saint Mark’s Plaza stays safe.