I took a bit of a break from the blog last week, recharging my batteries with what the British simply call “walking”. My friends on the other side of the pond are more likely to recognize the activity as “hiking”, involving paths (or more often rough and sometimes indistinct tracks) in the woods and hills. (In Malta for some strange reason, many refer to this as trekking, which in my mind brings up long arduous hikes, often of an exploratory nature.) These walks have resulted in a few interesting photos, which I hope to process over the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, to kick things off again, I’m sharing a photo from our visit to Kingston about a month ago. The photo shows a 1989 sculpture by David Mach, which has recently been restored. I had to return to this sculpture to get the shot I wanted, as I needed some time to play with my tilt-shift lens to get everything in focus.