Mosta

I’m trying my best this week to get my schedule back on track. And that includes my blogging. While my more recent photos are still in my editing pile, I thought I’d share something from a few weeks ago, an end-of-the-year walk starting from Kunċizzjoni. As things worked out, by the end of my walk, the sun was almost setting and the light was glorious, … Continue reading Mosta

Ras il-Pellegrin and Gozo Cliffs

Following on from last week’s post, I’m sharing another photo from that evening session at Kunċizzjoni. This one focuses on the cliffs at Ras il-Pellegrin and the clay slopes beneath, in the foreground. In the distance are the cliffs of the south west coast of Gozo, from Ta’ Ċenċ to the right, through Sanap and Wardija point on the left. Miles of limestone sea cliffs … Continue reading Ras il-Pellegrin and Gozo Cliffs

View Towards Burmarrad and Salini

Another proper throwback this week, going back almost seven years, from a walk around Bidnija. The walk was around this time of year, so the fields were green, and there were also wildflowers out. The photo shows the view towards Burmarrad in the middle distance, with the Salina inlet in the distance. Qawra / Buġibba / San Pawl il-Baħar is to the left. The mound … Continue reading View Towards Burmarrad and Salini

North West Cliff Lines and Gozo

Last week I shared a photo from an end-of-year walk starting from Kunċizzjoni. I had a particular photo in mind and I planned my walk accordingly, but as I already mentioned I made quicker progress than I thought, and arrived earlier than anticipated at the rocky outcrop known as Il-Qlejgħa. I could have waited for the sunset there, but I had already made a photo … Continue reading North West Cliff Lines and Gozo

Madonna ta’ Hodegitria and Victoria Lines

This week we’re travelling back five years to a walk starting from Binġemma, to share a couple of very related photos of the Victoria Lines. There is a particularly pretty section of the fortification lines where they cross the valley just below the chapel there. In the first photo, above, the chapel dedicated to the Madonna ta’ Hodegitria can be seen on the left, while … Continue reading Madonna ta’ Hodegitria and Victoria Lines