A few days ago I met up with a few colleagues from work (and as it happens also friends, some older than others) for a walk in the Dingli area, and an opportunity to talk about the kinds of things that our usual meetings at work don’t really provide the environment for. I wasn’t planning any photography, but I did take my camera with me, as I find it helps my mind get into a very useful state, where it’s less constrained by immediate pressures.
The walk took us to Għar il-Kbir, and beyond that to Buskett, and old woodland from the Knights era, originally intended for hunting purposes. Nowadays it’s an excellent place for a stroll, popular with families, and for picnics. It’s one of the few areas in Malta where one can find a reasonable amount of tree cover. The photo shows one of the lanes in Buskett – a well-tended path lined with trees.