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On the last night of our honeymoon in Venice, Sue and I took the vaporetto to St Marks and
then walked back the short way to Harry's Bar. As you enter Harry's, everybody turns to look at
you in case you're somebody famous, but they were disappointed in our case. We didn't stay
long, as I'd been feeling a bit crook. It wasn't the vapours of a late-Autumn Venice, or some
dodgy fish - it turned out to be pneumonia. Back home, the London hospital I worked in as a
network engineer wouldn't let me back into work until St George's (where I was sent) confirmed
that I didn't have tuberculosis. The suspicion arose because the Mayday Hospital, in Croydon,
where I worked, was situated in a TB blackspot and already housed a number of cases.
Migrants - who usually hadn't been screened for TB at the border - queued for their domesticity
papers in Croydon, hence the local blackspot. So I had an enforced 6-weeks off, which put a
strain on my few work colleagues, as they had to cover for my overnight on-call duties.
But it gave me time to start collating my portfolio in readiness for retirement in about a year. So
this, my last shot of Venice was the first of my portfolio pictures, and, although a bit cheesy, is
still one of my favourites.
On the last night of our honeymoon in Venice, Sue and I took the vaporetto to St Marks and
then walked back the short way to Harry's Bar. As you enter Harry's, everybody turns to look at
you in case you're somebody famous, but they were disappointed in our case. We didn't stay
long, as I'd been feeling a bit crook. It wasn't the vapours of a late-Autumn Venice, or some
dodgy fish - it turned out to be pneumonia. Back home, the London hospital I worked in as a
network engineer wouldn't let me back into work until St George's (where I was sent) confirmed
that I didn't have tuberculosis. The suspicion arose because the Mayday Hospital, in Croydon,
where I worked, was situated in a TB blackspot and already housed a number of cases.
Migrants - who usually hadn't been screened for TB at the border - queued for their domesticity
papers in Croydon, hence the local blackspot. So I had an enforced 6-weeks off, which put a
strain on my few work colleagues, as they had to cover for my overnight on-call duties.
But it gave me time to start collating my portfolio in readiness for retirement in about a year. So
this, my last shot of Venice was the first of my portfolio pictures, and, although a bit cheesy, is
still one of my favourites.

Grand Canal, Venice

This bronze-like sheen has the same colour as much of the picture

This bronze-like sheen has the same colour as much of the picture

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