Today I started my two weeks of work experience at Granada TV in Manchester. I will be working in the Art Department with the art director, production designer and their team. Started work at 9am and I didn’t leave until after 6pm. Evidently I left early, obviously I have a lot to learn – I am going to be extremely busy.
So I was walking past the Town Hall in Manchester tonight on my way to the AMC cinema. I liked the previous night photo of Manchester so much I thought I would take another. This time I rested the camera on a letter box to keep it steady. Not as good as the Piccadilly Gardens photo but I still think it is worth sharing.
This photograph was taken from the top of St. Mark’s Campanile, a bell tower in St. Mark’s Square – the main square in Venice, Italy. The weather wasn’t great as there was a lot of sea fog around so this was the best I could do. The photographs from Venice were the first time I used a DSLR camera, the Canon 300D was used which was my dad’s camera at the time.
This photograph shows the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute (which roughly translates to the Basilica of St Mary of Health/Salvation), commonly known simply as the Salute. It is a famous church in Venice, placed scenically at a narrow finger of land with the grand canal to the right as we look at it here, there is a waterbus just entering the grand canal in this image.