Veneto Hidden Corners: the fishing valleys of the Venice Lagoon

For the weekly column “Veneto Hidden Corners”, the photographer Giovanni Vecchiato gives us exclusively for VS a shot dedicated to the top hidden beauties of Veneto.

It may look like a photo taken by a space probe demonstrating that there is water on Mars. Instead, it is a stretch of the Venice Lagoon between Burano and Treporti. The circles are not craters but a fishing valley, probably abandoned. The little water present takes on a pale turquoise color that contrasts with the surrounding barren and uninhabited environment.

A deep passion for reportage, Giovanni Vecchiato has worked as a portrait photographer in the entertainment industry in London where he recently set up the “View my eye” exhibition, documenting the most suggestive places in Italy through the art of aerial photography, work also published by the National Geographic.

#VenetoSecrets #VenetoHiddenCorners Ph. Giovanni Vecchiato

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