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2022: A Photographic Retrospective

As I have been doing for several years, I wanted to choose twelve photos that I shared on this blog over the last year, and highlight them again in this retrospective. Unlike previous years, unfortunately, this year I started the selection process very late, and only barely managed to get this done before the end of the year. As usual, I have restricted myself to … Continue reading 2022: A Photographic Retrospective

Salib tad-Dejma u Madonna tal-Patroċinju

A rather unexpected find in the walk near Għasri in Gozo was the scene I’m sharing today. The cross, known as Tad-Dejma, refers to a mercenary force in the late middle ages, dedicated to protecting the islands in the event of an Ottoman raid. The cross itself marks a meeting point for local members, to assemble and prepare for battle, after a signal is raised. … Continue reading Salib tad-Dejma u Madonna tal-Patroċinju


This week’s throwback photo is another one from the same walk in Gozo. Part of this walk went along the salt-pans (known as salini in Maltese) north of Żebbuġ, near Xwejni bay. On bright days, like the one we had, these provide ample photographic opportunity in winter, with the sky reflected in the sea water collected there. They fill up naturally, in winter, during stormy … Continue reading Salini

Climbing in Wied il-Għasel

This week’s main article took me a while to write, so the second throwback article had to be postponed a bit. But perhaps it’s fitting that I’m writing this in the last few hours of the year, during a Christmas period that has been bright and warm, so much so that I’ve been climbing pretty much every day. Except, sadly, for Christmas Eve and Christmas … Continue reading Climbing in Wied il-Għasel


Now that the year is almost over, I’m finally starting with photos from early 2022 for the weekly throwback posts. This week I’m sharing a couple photos of Cersei, my friend’s dog, from separate outings on the same day. The photo above, with the trusty 50mm f/1.4, was during a picnic at the cliffs in Dingli. I just couldn’t keep up with her, she was … Continue reading Cersei