A Few More Shots from the Harbour

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Looks like there is another way into Valletta - by going under!

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Sights I don't get to see everyday.

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The beauty of the place inspired me to be creative.

Comments

  1. I Love the mixture of seemingly ancient architecture with the modern.
    Also I like your creative touch to the last photo.

    My Path

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  2. It looks like space is a premium in Valleta.

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  3. Unique and interesting views indeed. Very nice composition the third image.

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  4. i like the second shot view but i noticed in the first photo that they seem to be preserving the place so well.

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  5. oh, i love the last photo :)

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  6. This city as seen from the sea is outstanding! Great shots.

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  7. I have the same comment as Nomadic Pinoy's. Malta is a must-visit!

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  8. beautiful shots of Malta !

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  9. Your images keep blowing me away, Maria, and I mean that sincerely!

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  10. wow..breathtaking..except the last two pics

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  11. i would love to sketch the 2nd foto and the fisheye you did on the 3rd was fantastic!
    i think i have to add malta on my must-travel list. ^0^

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  12. Super pretty! I love the architecture and the sense of history - having said that, it's very British, isn't it?

    I've been wanting to visit there, but can't get the right time. But seeing your photos has inspired me to be more vigilant for good deals to Malta.

    Did you enjoy your weekend?

    Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!

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  13. This looks like a magical place. I like your idea of the DIY tour. That's the way I like to do it.

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  14. Nice place. The many shades of white and ochre in the house colours is fascinating.

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  15. your photos may not be like that of Ansel Adams but definitely they are sublime enough to capture our hearts. Thnx for sharing your sojourns! With your photos and stories,I feel like traveling those places myself.
    I've been reading ur stories sometime in 2006 or 2007 when i stumbled on ferdz' page, i wasn't traveling and blogging yet that time.
    I hope to visit these places too in the future when i'm already financially stable.
    Keep the posts coming, you inspire poor souls like me to dream big and wander around the world. :)

    Cheers!
    Gael

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  16. Great shots! It's a fascinating place.

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