photo by Greg Mohr
Walking around the iconic Squero San Trovaso, I came upon this gondola which the workers there (known as "squerarioli") had tipped over onto her port side for maintenance.
Looking at her straight on from the front, I saw a gondola from an entirely new angle (something that doesn't often happen for me),
and I couldn't help but snap a picture.
As I stared at the photo later, I couldn't help but wonder
what the exact angle might be.
A little creative work with a protractor,
and I believe the angle to be 22 degrees from the horizon.
Oh, and that unusual conglomeration of stuff in the right-hand side
of the frame is very unique to Squero San Trovaso - you can see
another angle of it in my post "The Wall at Squero San Trovaso"
If you want to see a larger version of the above photo, click on it.
There's so much to take in with this image.