Il racconto fotografico di questa giornata lo potrete trovare da oggi su Flickr (le foto sono molte le caricherò un pò alla volta).
Concludo con le parole di Goffredo Parise "I viaggitori di tutto il mondo, essi amerebbero trovare in quelle zone franche (la laguna di Venezia) la conferma del loro stato di apolidi dell'anima [...] Chioggia per loro è la fine del viaggio, da Chioggia finisce Venezia e comincia l'Italia"
Tratto dal libro fotografico di Fulvio Roiter Laguna, 1978
My photography teacher organized a trip to test the what we have learned in recent months. The place that i had chosen was Chioggia considered a little Venice, in fact it has little in common with Venice. The first difference is related to people, here there are many fishermen and farmers that have an accent and a very particularly voice. The lights at some times of day can create a mirror effect on the channels which allowed us to make beautiful pictures. The first part of the day we spent on entering the streets in search of particular interest to photograph, however, being careful not to be invest. Another difference from Venice is linked in fact to the presence of the machines. In the afternoon we moved to Sottomarina, an island connected to Chioggia that consists primarily of a coastline of beaches. Here, as noted Sonia, are the people to give a particular aspect to this place with their creativity. On the beach, for instance, we found the road signs placed there by the manager of a bar for curious passersby. Along the dam instead was full of people who were the most varied activities as had picnics, fishing, playing cards, taking the sun etc...
The photographic story of this day you can find on Flickr (photos are many i need a bit of time to load all).