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  • Summer Hot Spots: Malta

    Summer Hot Spots: Malta
    Let’s go to an island, but not just any random island: in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, there’s a cool archipelago, the autonomous state of Malta!
  • Yuletide Holiday Destinations: Time to Visit Malta!

    Yuletide Holiday Destinations: Time to Visit Malta!
    If you are searching for a mix of art and culture on a wonderful island in the Mediterranean Sea, and if you're trying to escape the cold winter of the North of Italy of other European regions, you might want to visit Malta. In this article you can see some photos taken with my "poor man Leica", the wonderful Zorki 6! Take a look!
  • Lomography Day Trips: Malta

    Lomography Day Trips: Malta
    Blessed with a wealth of cultural and historical monuments, as well as recreational areas, the southern European archipelago of Malta is a gem in the Mediterranean.
  • Life's a Beach

    Life's a Beach
    Lots of photos and a short writeup about one of the most popular beaches in Malta. If you've ever been to Malta in the summer season, it's highly likely that you took some of its sand back home in your shoe - and a lot of unforgettable memories to remember it by.
  • Malta

    Malta
    Last year I've been traveling to Malta. I can recommend it to anyone. There's lots of beautiful things to visit and see and the Maltese people are very kind and warm. I often saw photogenic seniors enjoying the sunny weather and friends. When I asked them to take a photo they didn't mind and wished me a good day after wards. I took some spontaneous portraits of the locals, they didn't do a silly pose or anything. They just stayed themselves. I loved that!
  • The Very Beautiful Valletta

    The Very Beautiful Valletta
    The Republic of Malta is the smallest country in Europe. It is also one of the most densely populated countries. This is Humilissima Civitas Valletta!
  • Looking out from the World's Edge

    Looking out from the World's Edge
    Taking you off the usual tourist track and onto the edge of a cliff where the views are breathtaking and you can never tire out of looking into the blue. Let me share with you guys the analogue photographs that I took from a trip to the breathtaking Dingli cliffs.
  • The Clock is Ticking

    The Clock is Ticking
    In a few months' time, Malta will face a huge public transport reform. The central bus terminus in Valletta together with its contents: vintage buses of all shapes, makes, and sizes will soon disappear into a distant memory.
  • Comino

    Comino
    Last summer me and the missus went traveling to Malta. While Malta is a really beautiful country, I think it's definitely worth taking a boat to the nearby island called Comino. Comino is a deserted little island with 2 small hotels and otherwise nothing. That's right: NOTHING!
  • Fish and Chips Jazz

    Fish and Chips Jazz
    What do international jazz artists and fishermen have in common? Ta' Liesse, the south, south eastern side of the peninsula of Valletta has two sides: fish by day, jazz music by night, it's bound to pull the right strings with anyone.
  • Modernist Mayhem 1 - St. Joseph Parish Church, Manikata, Malta

    Modernist Mayhem 1 - St. Joseph Parish Church, Manikata, Malta
    Take a trip to one of Malta's most beautiful architectural landmarks: St. Joseph Parish Church in Manikata it surely won't leave you or your camera disappointed.
  • Graffiti & Skater Boys

    Graffiti & Skater Boys
    Webo29 takes you through Malta’s one and only skate park.
  • The Mosta Dome

    The Mosta Dome
    It’s pretty and imposing to look at but trust me, you don’t want to be sleeping next to it. Read on for an insider’s opinion about Mosta’s landmark church: The Rotunda.
  • Out to Sea: Marsaxokk, Malta’s Most Memorable Fishing Village

    Out to Sea: Marsaxokk, Malta’s Most Memorable Fishing Village
    You’d figure that Malta, being surrounded by sea and all, would be bursting with fishermen and in turn, fishing villages, but really and truly, that's not the case. At most I can think of two, Marsaxlokk being the most prominent one.
  • Modernist Mayhem 2 - St. Therese of Lisieux Sanctuary, Birkirkara, Malta

    Modernist Mayhem 2 - St. Therese of Lisieux Sanctuary, Birkirkara, Malta
    Discover the beauty of a Brutalist concrete monster building in the heart of one of Malta's largest villages. Designed by Italian architect Giorgio Pacini and built between 1965 and 1982 the sanctuary of St. Therese of Lisieux in Birkirkara, Malta is a building you won’t easily forget.
  • Lomotrip to Malta

    Lomotrip to Malta
    A very special trip to the Mediterranean island of Malta with my Diana.
  • Out to Sea: Take a Boat Around the Grand Harbour

    Out to Sea: Take a Boat Around the Grand Harbour
    Having foreign colleagues over for a conference proved to be a pleasant experience for webo29 and his cameras. Admittedly, boat tours of the Grand Harbour are a very touristy thing to do, but who’s complaining?
  • Malta Series #4: Marsaxlokk

    Malta Series #4: Marsaxlokk
    Marsaxlokk is a little village far away from the busy cities of the Republic of Malta. It can offer you some great picturesque photo opportunities and abundant seafood dinners; even though it’s not the most important touristic site in the country, I assure you that this is one of the best places to visit for a photographer.
  • Out to Sea: Sand and Sun at Riviera

    Out to Sea: Sand and Sun at Riviera
    Malta’s most popular beach might be Golden Bay, but sitting right next to it is Riviera, it's less obvious, more alluring sister with tons of potential and well, tons of sand too.
  • Malta Series #5: Mdina

    Malta Series #5: Mdina
    Mdina, the old capital of Malta before Valletta. It is called “the silent city” by natives and visitors because of the lack of the usual city noises, and is still confined within its walls. Just over 300 people live inside the historical citadel and even the savings of a lifetime is not enough to buy a house there.

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