Tag: malta

  • Life's a Beach

    written by webo29 on 2011-01-12 #places
    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.

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  • Stephen Dowling Takes the LC-A 120 to Malta

    written by hannah_brown on 2015-07-08 #people #places
    Stephen Dowling Takes the LC-A 120 to Malta

    Aside from his pictures, there is more to admire about Stephen Dowling. His extensive knowledge and insight into film photography and cameras are inspiring. Dowling, a BBC editor and analog photographer, tested the LC-A 120 camera and became a LomoAmigo last year. He has since rekindled ties with the Lomo LC-A 120, and brought it on a trip to Malta.

  • The Very Beautiful Valletta

    written by panelomo on 2010-04-26 #places
    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!

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  • Looking out from the World's Edge

    written by webo29 on 2011-01-15 #places
    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.

  • Malta

    written by ukaaa on 2009-02-18 #places
    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!

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  • The Clock is Ticking

    written by webo29 on 2011-02-16 #places
    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.

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  • An Introduction: LomoTess

    written by tesslucia on 2012-08-20
    An Introduction: LomoTess

    Hello! My name is Tess and I am currently a high school student in England and soon I will be writing a series for all you other lomographers.

  • Diana Instant Back+: Instant Gratification at the Push of a Button (or almost)

    written by webo29 on 2011-09-20 #gear
    Diana Instant Back+: Instant Gratification at the Push of a Button (or almost)

    Just last week I received my Diana F+ El Toro and the Diana Instant Back +. I’ve already been through a pack of Fuji Instax. Admittedly, the results have been varied and basically what that means is that about half the pack turned out pitch black. But I guess that’s just me getting familiar.

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  • Fish and Chips Jazz

    written by webo29 on 2011-01-18 #places
    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.

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  • Graffiti & Skater Boys

    written by webo29 on 2011-04-27 #places
    Graffiti & Skater Boys

    Webo29 takes you through Malta’s one and only skate park.

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  • Modernist Mayhem 1 - St. Joseph Parish Church, Manikata, Malta

    written by webo29 on 2011-02-16 #places
    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.

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  • Out to Sea: Marsaxokk, Malta’s Most Memorable Fishing Village

    written by webo29 on 2011-10-16 #places
    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.

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  • The Mosta Dome

    written by webo29 on 2011-08-24 #places
    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.

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  • Modernist Mayhem 2 - St. Therese of Lisieux Sanctuary, Birkirkara, Malta

    written by webo29 on 2011-02-16 #places
    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.

  • Out to Sea: Sand and Sun at Riviera

    written by webo29 on 2011-10-18 #places
    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.

  • Out to Sea: Take a Boat Around the Grand Harbour

    written by webo29 on 2011-10-17 #places
    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?

  • Yuletide Holiday Destinations: Time to Visit Malta!

    written by sirio174 on 2013-12-30 #places
    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!

  • Chinese New Year in Valletta, Malta

    written by alanfalzon on 2013-02-07
    Chinese New Year in Valletta, Malta

    The Chinese Culture Centre in Malta organized a cultural morning full of traditional activities to celebrate the Year of the Snake.

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  • Valletta through the Eye of a Lomo LC-A

    written by sirio174 on 2012-05-29 #places
    Valletta through the Eye of a Lomo LC-A

    Valletta is the capital city of Malta. A city rich with art, culture, and history. A place full of life, a great touristic place. Here I present to you some images of this wonderful city taken with the inimitable "eye" of my Lomo LC-A.

  • Gilbert Legrand's Le Grand Show des Petites Choses

    written by webo29 on 2012-01-25 #news
    Gilbert Legrand's Le Grand Show des Petites Choses

    French artist Gilbert Legrand is currently exhibiting a series of very lovable sculptures at St. James Centre for Creativity in Valletta, Malta. Find out what makes them so interesting after the jump.

  • Analogue Art: Austin Camilleri on Paper

    written by webo29 on 2012-01-10
    Analogue Art: Austin Camilleri on Paper

    Recently, Art..e Gallery hosted a series of intimate new works by Austin Camilleri, one of Malta’s leading contemporary artists. Read more about these new artworks by the international artist after the jump!

  • Out to Sea: Ramla Bay

    written by webo29 on 2011-10-17 #places
    Out to Sea: Ramla Bay

    If you’re on the island of Gozo, looking for a sandy beach to lay back and relax, sunbathe, swim or take a walk hand in hand, then Ramla Bay is the place for you! Writing for Telegraph Travel, Matthew Teller qualified the Bay, Gozo's longest beach, as one of the world’s best, and if you ask me, it’s not difficult to understand why.

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  • Falling for Fall: The Azure Window

    written by webo29 on 2011-10-17 #places
    Falling for Fall: The Azure Window

    What’s more romantic than gazing peacefully at one of nature’s most beautiful wonders whilst simultaneously leaving all your troubles behind? Few things. Then read on, and next time you visit Gozo, don’t forget to take your boyfriend or girlfriend here, squeeze his or her hand and tell him or her, that if you could, you’d put the window in a box and put it under the tree for Christmas.

  • Spinola Bay

    written by webo29 on 2011-04-07 #places
    Spinola Bay

    Take a quick walk along Malta's Spinola Bay together with Webo29.

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  • Selmun - Perfect for that Lazy Sunday Afternoon Walk

    written by webo29 on 2011-02-16 #places
    Selmun - Perfect for that Lazy Sunday Afternoon Walk

    Sundays in Malta, especially in winter (when hitting the beach is not an option), can turn out to be quite a bit of a drag. You can’t shop 'til you drop or head to the amusement park (cause there isn’t one) so what I suggest you do is grab your dog and your camera and head out for a walk in the countryside. There are various interesting rural areas to choose from, but today I’m going to focus on one in particular on the northern part of the island: Selmun.

  • Santa Maria Underwater Exhibition by Alexandra Pace

    written by katja on 2008-10-20 #news
    Santa Maria Underwater Exhibition by Alexandra Pace

    During the Maltese religious Santa Maria feast when most of Malta’s inhabitants were off for vacation and the island became empty and deserted, the Lomographer Alexandra Pace headed for the beach. This hot spot of Malta which is the only place always crowded with people, served as a wonderful inspiration for a Lomographic Underwater shooting.

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  • Lomography Day Trips: Malta

    written by geegraphy on 2013-08-14 #places
    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.

  • Analogue Art by Isabelle Borg

    written by webo29 on 2012-01-19
    Analogue Art by Isabelle Borg

    “Painting, for me is an activity I need to get involved in, that has a total effect -- not just a conceptual but an overall physical experience.” - Isabelle Borg

  • Pembroke: Swim and Enjoy the Peace and Quiet

    written by webo29 on 2011-08-30 #places
    Pembroke: Swim and Enjoy the Peace and Quiet

    Are you in Malta? Are you tired of the noisy crowded beaches then why not head out to Pembroke?



  • Mistra Bay

    written by webo29 on 2011-04-24 #places
    Mistra Bay

    Webo29 explains how he spent many a happy childhood day at Mistra. Today, many years later, he returns with more facial hair and his Lomo Fisheye 2.