The streets of Venice are filled with interesting details that it becomes almost impossible to resist to capture each and everyone you encounter. They each hold a story of their many occupants throughout time, you see it in every nook, crack and paint on top of paint that so beautifully wears against each structure.
The street we got to see every morning, which was where our hotel was so quaintly situated on.
I don't know if I ever shared with you guys my obsession with doors, Venice is a door-obsessed people paradise, I saw some of the most beautiful doors I have ever seen in my life, some of which I wish I had for what will be my home some day. Certainly, I will be looking back at this for inspiration for when we purchase our first home.
It is also home to some of the most beautiful windows.
How can I not snap photos of what Italy is most famously known for- Pizza, along with some other well contenders.
Venice is famously known for its elaborate masks, which are used during the Carnival of Venice. A Christian celebration that ends of Lent, forty days before Easter, on Shrove Tuesday, which is the day before Ash Wednesday.
You are going to see a few more of these beauties, because frankly I couldn't get enough of gondolas, they are just something out of fairy tails, don't you think?
The canal streets were equally as amazing, mostly due to the worn and torn look of the building that surround them.
You can't leave Venice without an alleyway photo, here is ours, my friend Gil and I looking pretty cool in this alley.
| WEARING | On Ana: Boohoo Fedora Hat, Warehouse Leather Biker Jacket via Asos, Ecote Arc Canteen Crossbody Bag via Urban Outfitters (sold out), Joe's Jeans Coated Skinny Jeans, Zara Boots. On Gil: Pinko Coat, MCM Stark M Collection Studded Backpack, Hunter Rain Boots
Captured this couple enjoying some wine and most likely delicious pasta, they had a beautiful backdrop to enjoy as well.
Stay tuned for part II of Venice and as always thank you for reading and enjoying my posts!