Once in a while I like to indulge myself by going down memory lane with my photo collection. This can be a dangerous game to play. It’s nice to get the occasional fix of life when I had no responsibilities – pre-fatherhood, basically.
These six images of Venice from way back in January 2000 are from the very start of my digital collection; only 15,000 more to plough through then! I was far more organised in the days of print. Who remembers that?
What I particularly like about these photos is that they remind and reassure me that with certain subjects, it’s nigh on impossible to take a bad photograph. Some photographers may beg to disagree. But back in 2000 I happily snapped away in Venice with my old Fuji 4700 compact boasting it’s impressive 4.3 megapixels. It’s thrilling to dig them out and remember them once again.