It's always fascinating to see a different look at the world's most famous cities. One way photographers do it is to capture a glimpse at night, as they often take on a different persona without all the activity and lit only by the faint glow of street lights.
We've seen some excellent examples (like Mark Broyer's After Hours in Hamburg) in the past, and we're adding one more to the pile. From Paris-based Thibaud Poirier comes a series featuring the calm and quiet side of Sleeping Venice, which can be a drastically different visual experience for those of us used to the hustle and bustle of the popular Italian city. . thephoblographer.com