Hagar Qim Temple in Malta. Ancient ruins in excellent state of preservation.
Canon on the walls of Il Kastell, Victoria, Gozo
Karrozzins have been in use on Malta since 1856 and many of the carriages are treasured family possessions.
growing out of rock. Amazing.
A wall of the Ggantija temple, one of the oldest man-made structures in the world. Really remarkable to see.
Amazing diving site, at "Fomm ir-rih" bay.
These saltpans are still used to collect salt, in the limits of St Andrew's
This natural window is found in the waters of Dwejra, Gozo.
During the weekend Malta comes to life with the festa of some village. Firework displays can be heard and seen from the next village as they try to outdo one another.
Everyone seems to know everyone in Malta. Here, on a bus journey to Mdina, a bus driver catches up with a youngster. Buses appear to be personal posessions in Malta – this one is "superlucky" and blessed by St Mary.
A cat greets us on our steep climb from the ferry terminal on Pinto Wharf up to the city of Valletta.
Pretty box-like balconies are common in Malta such as these on a small road in Floriana.
Shops selling delightfully colourful fresh produce occupy this small and dark indoor market in the central square of Valletta.
A huge racket as a band club marches by a day prior to the festa of St Dominic in Valleta. Occassionally, a supporter waves an inflatable Banana-in-Pyjamas in rhythm to the music.
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