I like people watching. I try not to take images that would embarrass people and these are hopefully portraits to which the subjects would not object. Two were taken with consent. The first is a candid shot. A man reads his paper over the morning coffee. A scene repeated all over the world each day. He looked elegant.A very smart waistcoat. Note the slippers (red in the original frame) – he has not walked far. This is Giorgio Nason, a glass jewelry maker – his card says (vetraio). We spent over 30 minutes chatting to him and bought some pieces. He has worked from his small rented workshop for over 25 years. His uncle was a renowned glass worker / artist on Murano. His workshop and shop (combined) are very close to the Santa Maria della Salute church. And finally a Hungarian busker. I know he is Hungarian because Giorgio told me. He was extremely good and had a hat full of money. He also had CDs for sale. Most buskers throw a few coins in the hat to encourage others. This man had a hat full of coins. I enjoyed his playing and his air of serenity.My lack of expertise with Lightroom has caused me a lot of grief and I woke up at 4am trying to solve my problems – all related to the database not the images. I have originals and back ups of those. I am still exploring what I shot on the trip. Some pleasant surprises and memories and a few “why on earth…..? shots. To be continued.