This is officially my last post from Malta until I return, which I hope will happen in the near future. I have truly enjoyed sharing photos taken during my week in Malta, and through them introducing many to this little island in the Mediterranean.
While I was in Malta I was constantly reminded of how historically rich it is. Often I was reminded of old times just by looking at a door, an alley crowded with houses, or an abandoned little chapel by the side of a street. There were many moments when I got carried away, my imagination taking me back to times passed. This is why I decided that, for my last post, I would try to communicate Malta’s historical nature through photos edited to enhance the vintage look I experienced as I enjoyed the island. I hope that you’ll like this last post from Malta.
I found this old van in Mdina’s main square.
The infamous Maltese bus, which is slowly being replaced by newer, more modern busses.
I loved this vent in Mdina…
…and this weathered gate in Valletta.
And to close with, some more photos from my favorite Maltese city, Mdina.
A view of St. Paul’s Cathedral from Fontanella’s Tea Garden, known for its divine Chocolate cake.