Shot with Canon G7X, edited with Final Cut Pro + FilmConvert.
The Isola di Sant'Erasmo (St. Erasmus) is the largest island in the Venetian lagoon, though it's only sparsely populated. For years this has been Venice's countryside, the agricultural zone which produces the fruit and vegetables consumed by the hungry city. Among its produce, particularly renowned are the artichokes (carciofi). The landscape is flat, and dotted with farms and rural small-holdings. It couldn't be more different from Venice, whose bell-towers and churches can be seen on the skyline.
By Renato Zampieri
FJ SuperX 400