In Venice canals are everywhere and, depending on the weather, the reflections on the water change. Larger canals are often choppy since many speed boats frequent their waters. However, in the smaller canals the water is still, occasionally receiving ripples from its larger tributaries. In my photo, I flipped the canvas 180 degrees to recall the paintings of Monet and other impressionists. I like how the house is stable at the bottom yet seems to vibrate at the top--the texture of the water becomes the paint strokes of Monet. With Gelato shops and tourist markets everywhere, only the water seems to remember the Venice Monet was painting.