Lantern in St Publius Square Mdina Malta Silent City monochrome

A Stroll around Mdina in Monochrome

Which way around Mdina? Let’s take the monochrome route! This week I’m opting for Black & White images for Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. I’m also still working on images from 16th century Mdina, Malta’s Silent City. The narrow streets and bright, albeit intermittent, midday sunshine were a challenging combination Read more…

A Piazza in Mdina Silent City in Malta monochrome Black&white challenge

A Piazza in Mdina, Malta’s Silent City

For this week’s CB&W Challenge I’m back in the medieval walled city of Mdina. Whilst its history can be traced back 4,000 years, most of what you see today dates from the 16th century There is a surprise around every corner: sometimes a Cathedral,  a Carmelite Priory,  a Grand Palazzo, Read more…

Mdina: Door of Palazzo in Silent City Malta for Thursday Doors Challenge

Thursday Doors: Red Doors in Valletta and Mdina

 Whether it’s the shiny doors of a Grand Palazzo in Mdina or the rusty metal entrance to a workshop in Valletta, a lick of red paint does the trick!   For Norm’s Thursday Doors this week I have some more pictures from our recent trip to the Mediterranean island of Read more…

Mdina: Green Doors Silent city malta

Which Way around the Silent City of Mdina?

Mdina: The Silent City Mdina is one of Europe’s finest examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture. The history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years. According to tradition it was here that in 60 A.D. that the Apostle St. Paul Read more…

Blue Doors Fort St Angelo Birgu Valletta Malta Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors: Blue Doors in Valletta

More from Malta for this week’s post for Thursday Doors. I’m glad I decided to group my Maltese doors into colours as it’s made me look more closely at pictures I might otherwise have overlooked. In putting this post together for Norm’s Thursday Doors I’ve clicked past all doors which are Read more…

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