This week is another long one at work, so I’m writing while I can. I did manage to find some time to edit a few photos over the past few days, and have started making some headway into the deep pile of photos to process. I’ll be sharing those soon. Meanwhile I decided to start with what is possibly my favourite from last week.
The day after I took the photo in my last post (with my phone) I was back at Għar San Brinkat in Għargħur for another bit of climbing. This time I took my (proper) camera with me. It turned out to be a good thing, as my climbing buddy was held up in traffic for some time, and having my camera with me I could use the time positively. I explored the wild plants and those that were cultivated in the small garden, and looked for landscape extracts with the 100mm lens I had.
Later in the day, I guess during a pause from climbing, I took this, with the evening light over the fields. The white cliff on the left is Monolith Buttress, a popular crag with easy climbs very suitable for beginners. I also have a few macro shots of wild flowers, which I’ll be sharing in the coming weeks.