Spectacular St. Mark's Square, Venice, Italy
It's impossible to visit Venice without making your way to Piazza San Marco and taking a leisurely stroll across the vast public space, replete with antique eateries, stunning architecture, and imposing landmarks.
St. Mark's Square is the heart of Venice and one of the most well-known public spaces in all of Italy. Napoleon called it the "drawing room of Europe" because of how grand it was. Piazza San Marco, often known as St. Mark's Square, is an Italian square that is both beautiful and lively.
You can see the apparitions of people walking about the iconic landmark's ground at night in this fine art photograph from the streets of Venice. I was aiming to portray a new character. Long-exposure photography's ethereal effects set this photo apart from the millions of others taken in one of Italy's most photographed regions.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2005