When you go fishing, watch out. Someone who intends to steal your fish might be just around the corner.
Some people are kept in the dark.
Be very careful, when you climb the ladder!
Walk further to the cliffs. Behind them you will find the deep blue sea. You can go for a swim, but be aware of the undercurrents.
The visiting hours are over. The office is empty now.
Go out, look through the window and see the way the light falls on his face.
“Għinni Nsir Qassis” says the boy with the savings box.
When the weather turned, everyone went home and I noticed how lonely it can feel at the sea front.
Freshly washed, hanging in the sun to dry.
Here we go, on another journey by bus.
Sometimes there is land in sight when you have not started out for the sea.
The benches are in line and the tourists are already here. A man takes a break from running around the city for hours, trying to see everything. Meanwhile, a group of boys stats chatting with a woman who lives near by and has a lot to tell about this place.
See how a street in Malta got a new coat of paint.
Have A look.
Isn’t it nice?
Oh, I really love my brand new car.
Sailing to new horizons can be a difficult thing, when there were already built new houses.
Fort St. Elmo is under reconstruction. Enter at your own risk.
The Miracle Of Birth – a picture by rabirius