About an hour and half from the bustle of Venice on the southern end of the Venetian Lagoon is the serene and picturesque village of Chioggia.
I spent a few days capturing photos and video footage for the latest ’52 Places in a Changed World’ feature published in the New York Times recently.
The late autumn light was spectacular and the peace and tranquility of the town’s tiny streets and canal-side walkways was a stark contrast to the chaos of neighbouring Venice.
The perfect alternative to experience the beauty and allure of the Venetian Lagoon without the frenetic pace and crowds.
Here a selection of images and cinemagraphs from that shoot.
More images of Chioggia available for licensing in my Italy Image Archive.
All photographs and cinemagraphs are copyrighted material. Please contact the copyright holder for permission to publish and share.
Susan Wright is an editorial, documentary and travel photographer with 30+ years experience in analog and digital photography.