"...the most important skill of all is that of standing still. You have to be still in order to see - to be able to see and thus to participate, understand, absorb and retell the city's tales".
And so I did.
I enjoyed the site of Palazzo Tetta, which stands at the junction of Rio di San Giovanni Laterano and Rio de la Tetta.
|Standing on Ponte dei Conzafelzi looking at Palazzo Tetta|
|The Ponte Conzfelzi was cast by Fonderia Collalto in the late 19th century|
I looked the detail of the iron bridge, including this handsome lion head:
And I simply enjoyed the sheer crazy, wonderful pleasure of actually being back in Venice again and enjoying the sunny morning.
Looking at these photos today brings back that sense of pleasure and love I feel for Venice.