Today I’m sharing the final photo from the series taken at Mtaħleb late last year. With this done, there’s only a few left from climbing sessions over Christmas, and then it’s photos from 2017 with the walk down to Ras il-Ħamrija earlier this month. Of course, there’s also a significant backlog of photos to process, some going back a few years. Though there’s a point where I’d rather just be out taking more photos. Or climbing. Or shooting a few ends at the range. So many options, so little time.
Well, back to the photo. This was towards the end of the walk, when we passed by this little grove of trees near a farm building. If there’s one thing I really miss in Malta it’s trees. There’s just too few of them around. And while I do enjoy the open spaces, there’s something about a close forest that has its own special charm. At least I’m thankful I had the chance to walk through many forested areas when we lived in England. And here’s to a few more on our next visit there.