It's been a full three weeks since I've come home from Malta, but I'm still chipping away at the backlog of photos I need to post-proccess. Here are a few of the latest released from the lightroom. All involve the Three Cities region of the island nation.
Fishin' off the St. Lorenzo Wharf in Vittoriosa, Malta. (2008). Across the water is the skyline of Senglea, which joins sister cities Vittoriosa and Cospicua as the Three Cities.
Vintage Malta moored in Dockyard Creek, which separates Senglea on the left and Vittoriosa on the right. (2008).
The Maritime Museum is one of Vittoriosa's main visitor attractions. (2008).
The popular Vittoriosa Waterfront (a.k.a. the Pinto Wharf) on a sunny Maltese afternoon. (2008).
An after-sunset shot of Senglea, Malta, taken from the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta. (2008).
An industrial panorama of working dry docks of Grand Harbour. (2008). The tip of Senglea is on the left. In the foreground are cannons which guard the base of the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta.
The Church of St. Lawrence in Vittoriosa, Malta. (2008). The kid pictured above noticed I was trying to take photos of the cathedral and assumed I was waiting for the Sunday mass, which had yet to begin. "Church opens at 5:30, Mister," he said cheerful, accented English.