Evenings have been rather full this week, so it has taken me a while to write this throwback post. Today’s photo is from a walk around Qammieħ point a little more than a year ago. I knew of a way down the cliffs to reach the flat ledge just above sea level, and I wanted to explore the possibility of walking all the way around the point. It was an enjoyable adventure, of course with a couple of backtracks required, but in the end I found the path through easily enough. I keep feeling surprised at how much potential there is for exploration on these tiny islands, even for someone who grew up here. Not that there is any true wilderness anywhere – pretty much wherever I go I find paths that have been trodden by many before me. Not a huge surprise in a country that has seen continuous human habitation for millennia.