Every time we visit Mdina it seems that our feet automatically take us to the lovely bastion square on the northern tip of the walled city. The route varies, but the endpoint remains. On this particular visit it was rather windy, so everything was quieter than usual. Strangely I don’t think I had ever made a photo of the square before, so I took this welcome opportunity and set up my tripod.
On a technical note, I automatically went for the tilt-shift lens to avoid converging verticals. I know I’ve said before just how much I’m enjoying working with this lens. I also added some filters to allow me to shoot a longer exposure and capture some movement in the leaves and smaller branches.