Wandering around the canals of Venice in early morning often results in unexpected finds. On our last day in Venice before heading back to the States, Mike Louthan and I decided to head to a part of the city where we had not been before. Turns out that we ended up in a quiet neighborhood where the tourists don’t visit often. There are no attractions there that we saw, just schools, churches, homes and narrow canals. It was nice to see how the residents live peacefully away from the craziness of vacationers. As we walked along one canal, the artsy part of my brain kicked in when I spotted this reflection of some homes in the still waters of the canal. It’s distorted shape reminded me of a painting that an artist might decide to create.