Still having the infrared camera on me we left the naval Museum and took the vaporetto over to Santa Maria della Salute, the church immediately across the lagoon from Piazza San Marco. This great baroque edifice was built to celebrate the end of the plague in 1670. The interior is a large rather characterless space. Following our visit we crossed back to San Marco over the Ponte Accademia and went back to the apartment. I have converted all of these infrared pictures to monochrome.
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The Naval Museum in Venice is in the Arsenale, housed in an old warehouse and has a range of ships dating from the second world war back to replicas of the Doge's ceremonial barge. These images were taken using a digital camera converted to infrared. The first set being in their 'native' colours and the second some monochrome conversions.