The theater and the side of the bridge are to the right. The canal splits and part goes goes right, beside the theater. Behind us, the canal and the path I'm on turn again. Ahead, on the left, you can see the path and another bridge. See the next picture for an enlargement.
You see there is an intersection (left branch not shown), a jog to the right, and then a bridge at another angle. Follow to the top of the bridge, and
from the top of the bridge you look down into an old square. Many or most old squares have a disused well in the center. The wider square in the far wall is one of the streets out of the square, but we took the one to the right,
which leads on to more bridges, streets, and canals. Some of the streets just dead-end at canals.
That man is rowing a gondola. I took several pictures of the oar-post or whatever you call it. It has an intricate shape, with each part for some particular use.