Some images from last weekend in Il-Bajja tal-Ġnejna, Gnejna Bay in Mgarr.
I hope the depth of field can be seen in some of these pictures.Last but not least, my beloved Basenji Fanny, always by my side, a precious part of my life.
For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Depth of Field
This is my first entry for Nancy Merrill’s photo challenge, where the theme for the week is Blue.
Where the first picture of the boy in blue jeans was taken, I will show in a later post.Blue color in two different pools, or maybe the same pool but from different angles in different light.
Old and new surrounded by blue…Back to the pool for a dip in the blue……before embarking on this sailboat for a trip on the Mediterranean blue sea.
A Photo A Week Challenge / Blue
Some pics from Golden bay, Mellieha, Malta
Xi ritratti mill-Bajja Golden, Mellieħa, Malta.
En arkivbild som jag hittade när jag satt och bläddrade bland mina Minnesbilder. Den här är från San Francisco i Kalifornien under vår tre veckor långa Road Trip California år 2014. Fann flera foton som jag helt glömt bort och aldrig använt. Fastande förstås i mina tankar bland alla minnen och hundratals bilder. More to come…
Have just started trying to create some kind of collage. It goes quite slow but it doesn’t matter, as long as it’s fun. Practice makes perfect 😉Try again!! No, this does not work well and takes too much of my time.
Back to normal and the reality instead.
Yes, there´is one particular pic that doesn’t really fit in. The typical Maltese window that I couldn’t resist.
Click on an image to enlarge. The order is random.
Yes, I decided to publish a post per day, but sometimes it’s hard to find inspiration.
Here’s my postaday, anyway.Splash! A photo from my archive!
But tomorrow is a new day and my inspiration will hopefully flow like normal again.
The Marsovin Summer Wine Festival in Hastings Garden, Valletta, took place last weekend.Buy a glass and then you can taste different kinds of wines while enjoying the sunset. The real Wine Harvest Festival here in Malta takes place in August in Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta and shouldn’t be missed.
Some pics from last weekend in Golden Bay, one of Malta’s few sandy beaches. Most common along the Mediterranean are rocks made of limestone. The special honey-yellow stone, which sometimes looks like sand.It’s now 26 degrees in the Mediterranean.Watermelon, sweet and seedless…The sun is strong, the waves are high, the sand is soft and this is…
…seen through my camera lens.