Things have been busier than usual lately, so last week I didn’t keep up with my usual blogging schedule. As it’s a new week already, I’m sharing another recent photo from Malta. Almost three weeks ago I drove down to Lapsi after work, to enjoy the sunset and take a few photos. I meant to walk down ix-Xaqqa (literally ‘the crack’), but soon realised the descent was steeper than I expected, and not relishing a climb out in the dark I decided to leave that excursion for another day. Instead I headed towards Ras Ħanżir for a viewpoint I meant to revisit.
I have been in the area a few times, between walks and climbing meets, so I knew what to expect there. I explored different vantage points, and eventually set up for a long exposure with the late golden light. I’ll be sharing that image another day. Afterwards, I changed lenses and looked for extracts. Today I’m sharing one of these, a more minimal image of the late golden light, with a few men enjoying the remains of the day, fishing.