This quiet area of Venice is a cross-road of history, art and legends. The house you can see in front of you belonged to Tintoretto, the famous Venetian painter who was buried in the near church of Madonna dell'Orto. Inside this beautiful, gothic, church, you can find some of his most famous paintings, including the "Presentation of the Virgin in the temple", dating 1552 which may recall, for the composition if not for the color, the other famous work on the same subject, by Titian, now in the Academy Galleries, and, on the side walls of the altar, two of his most celebrated youthful works (1546): "The Jews worship the golden calf while Moses on Mount Sinai receives the Tables of the Law", and "The Last Judgement".
The white statue you can see on the right side of this picture, is the "Forth Moor", the servant of three rich merchants from Morea (Greece), who lived here.
I used my Leica SL with 28mm Elmarit. 1/250s f/6,8, iso 400.