Photographer's Note

One of the typical pedestrian bridges on the Naviglio Grande, in Milan.
Naviglio Grande is the main Naviglio, starting from river Ticino and arriving inside the heart of the city, after about 50 Km. In the past it has been used for transportation, on particular boats.
Marms for building our famous Cathedral (Duomo) arrived through the Naviglio, directly to the mail square of the city. The origins of Naviglio Grande are settled in the late XII century.
It was really nice, the whole city was full of channels, like in a small Venice. Unfortunatly in the second part of the last century most of the channels have been covered, and now water just flows under the streets, except for some rare parts of the city.
At the end of January we had a lot of snow here, so I went taking some shots. I thought it could be a good idea to see this old pedestrian bridge covered with snow. I hope you like it.
I did not correct or change anything in the shot. I've not learnt yet how to use Photoshop or other similar programs, so, if any of you would like to post workshops of my photo, I'll be very glad.

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