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Boat Yoga Mat featuring the photograph Porto Mandracchio - Grado - Italy by Paolo Signorini

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Porto Mandracchio - Grado - Italy Yoga Mat

Paolo Signorini

by Paolo Signorini

$105.00

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Product Details

Our premium yoga mats are 24" wide x 72" tall x 0.25" thick and made from natural rubber with a blended microfiber top surface.   The top of the mat has the image printed on it, and the back is solid black with textured dimples for better floor grip.

Design Details

The Treccani dictionary gives the meaning of the nautical term ‘mandracchio’ as a “small, shielded stretch of water, such as a small harbour... more

Care Instructions

Wash with a damp cloth and air dry.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Yoga Mat Tags

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Comments (20)

Aziza Del Rosario

Aziza Del Rosario 21 Days Ago

Thank You Darling for Favoring Paolo Art ! Thanks Cristina. !

Aziza Del Rosario

Aziza Del Rosario 21 Days Ago

Marvelous ArtShot Paolo! Thank You !

Kayla Bernhard Starmint

Kayla Bernhard Starmint

The balance and color harmony is very beautiful! =)

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Renata Natale

Renata Natale

Great shot with those reflections

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Lisa Wooten

Lisa Wooten

Beautiful. L/F

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Jennifer Jenson

Jennifer Jenson

Gorgeous!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Marian Bell

Marian Bell

This is such an amazing shot, Paolo! The reflections are absolutely wonderful and so crystal clear! Lovely light and great perspective! LF

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Diann Fisher

Diann Fisher

The POV is awesome. It's very clost to the water, it appears. Almost like you were just above it. Love the perspective! Reflections are awesome. (lf)

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Marlin and Laura Hum

Marlin and Laura Hum

Beautifully captured, Paolo!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Cheryl Hardt Art

Cheryl Hardt Art

Paolo, this is amazing! How wonderful that you get to see such beautiful sights AND also captured the image. Just lovely. LF.

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Bijan Pirnia

Bijan Pirnia

Mr. Paolo, my honorable sir, it takes a true artist such as you to create a 3-D look on a 2-dimensional surface. There is so much drama and beauty going on here. Much kudos to you, my dear sir.

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much

Robyn King

Robyn King

Congratulations Paolo your beautiful artwork is being featured in The World We See:-) Please take a moment to add your wonderful art to our archives in the message area and have a fantastic day!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much for the feature much appreciated, I am truly honored

Tina M Powell

Tina M Powell

Wow! This is gorgeous. Wonderful work Paolo. L/F

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Taphath Foose

Taphath Foose

Beautiful image, Paolo!!! Congratulations, your work is Featured in "Your Best Work"! I invite you to place it in the group's "Featured Image Archive" Discussion!!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks ever so much for the feature much appreciated, I am truly honored

Frank Barnitz

Frank Barnitz

good lines and depth with reflections reinforcing the depth. well done

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Linda Howes

Linda Howes

Wonderful shot Paolo!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

Very lovely image with wonderful perspective and reflections. L

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thank you

Joe Vella

Joe Vella

Beautiful image.

Linda Bonaccorsi

Linda Bonaccorsi

Beautiful Paolo!

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks

Marty Morales

Marty Morales

Stunning photo.

Paolo Signorini replied:

Thanks, buddy

Artist's Description

The Treccani dictionary gives the meaning of the nautical term ‘mandracchio’ as a “small, shielded stretch of water, such as a small harbour within a port, intended to shelter small boats”. The Hapsburg administration of the early 20th century excavated and developed Grado’s picturesque port-canal with its characteristic upside-down Y-shape and reinforced concrete barriers to protect against sea storms and the strong bora wind. This was first and foremost for the many fishing boats that, weather permitting, sailed along the canal to the lagoon and always provided fresh fish.Nowadays, Grado’s Fishermen’s Cooperative runs a busy “Zero Miles” project with an extremely popular fish market and the innovative seaside osteria, or tavern, right at the end of the Riva Dandolo.If we were to go back in time, however, we would find five canneries along the canal, processing and preserving sardines in oil. The first was founded towards the end of the 19th century by Carl Warhanek...

About Paolo Signorini

Paolo Signorini

Hi buddies.I'm Paolo from Italy,love to take photographs and experiment new techniques.When I play with my camera I'm like a kid in a candy shop. Copyright©Paolo Signorini. All rights reserved. All images are protected by copyright law and may not be copied or reproduced without permission from the artist.

 

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