In an earlier post I mentioned an outing we did during the holidays, where we drove down to Żurrieq to shoot some chapels in the area. Many locals, I’m sure, will recognize the one in today’s photo as the chapel dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady (or Il-Kunċizzjoni Mmakulata in Maltese). It is also known as Ta’ Nigret because that’s the village (now part of Żurrieq) where this chapel is found. Those interested in details about this chapel can find plenty at Kappelli Maltin (in Maltese).
In village centres it is almost impossible to find these places without any parked cars disturbing the view. So I did what I could in composing the photo, disregarding some possible compositions because cars would be in the way. I also had my film camera with me, and repeated this photo on film as well. We’ll see once I develop that film which one I end up preferring.