So dear blog followers, it’s been no less than three whole months since my last update here – and admittedly, I do feel quite bad about this. It was a period packed with activity, from shooting weddings to hiking in the Alps and seeing my work published in National Geographic. Also, MUSE (which is this really cool camera/spectrograph I’m working on at
Currently back home in Gozo for a break – I realize now how much I had missed the sun and the sea!
After a night of lightning and thunder came a splendid, sunny day. Here’s a picture I snapped in the afternoon of the view across the street.
I think that when one returns to a place which they have left for some time, the views which were previously seen as ordinary suddenly stand out and seem special. This scene from my own village is definitely one such view.
This picture is a quick snap taken this afternoon during a short walk around the island of Gozo.
A traditional Maltese balcony at sunset.
Here goes the last post for this year… the very last picture of 2011 that will make it on this blog. The very blog which I started, as a matter of fact, in 2011. What a year it has been! So with this picture, which was taken as the sun slowly set in the West upon my village of Ghajnsielem,
Here is a picture of a very calming scene, one of those which I miss whenever I leave this place. This photo shows my village of Ghajnsielem at sunset. More specifically, it shows Mgarr Harbour, as one of the ferries leaves Gozo for the island of Malta.
Here’s another photo from the same sunrise shoot. I take the opportunity to wish a Merry Christmas to all of you!