The Italy Pavilion at Epcot's World Showcase always provides me with fabulous photo opportunities and the Venetian Carnival mask shop, Carnevale di Venezia never disappoints. I really enjoy wandering around that little shop. Usually there's an entertainer outside in the courtyard keeping the family busy while I slip away and explore the shop. The Venetian mask artist, Giorgio Lurcotta can sometimes be seen at work painting his beautiful and mysterious mâché masks.
In post processing I used an Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 dry brush to give it the feel of a vintage oil painting.
Do you enjoy visiting shops in the Italy Pavilion?