Colorful Canals.

8 12 2012
Left Top: An Italian woman from Burano, hand sewing lace. Left Bottom: "Smelling" the glass flowers on Murano. Middle: Watching a glass-blowing demonstration on Murano. Right Top: Burano is known for it's colored houses. Right Bottom: Very large glass flowers on Murano.

Left Top: An Italian woman from Burano, hand sewing lace.
Left Bottom: “Smelling” the glass flowers on Murano.
Middle: Watching a glass-blowing demonstration on Murano.
Right Top: Burano is known for it’s colored houses.
Right Bottom: Very large glass flowers on Murano.

We visited two of the three islands off the coast of Venice—Murano and Burano. Murano, the bigger island, is well-known for its glass-making; Burano is known for its hand-made lace and colored houses. We headed back to the main island for some gelato and our rather cold hostel.

“‘Come, follow me,’ Jesus said, ‘and I will make you fishers of men.'” ~Mark 1:17

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