I hope you have enjoyed my previous photos of Valletta. I stayed in Malta’s capital city for the evening, to take more photos of this beautiful and romantic city for you:
As you see, the city seemed to be empty at night. I was the only person walking through the narrow streets.
Only this spooky shadow followed me around on my tour:
(c) for all photos: Andreas Moser
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I thank you for your Personal Opinion on CNN blogs , on terms of fuel price . Because it is true if we pay more for gasoline , the wake up call to educate us will help the World to reduce fosil fuel emmisions . And now again thank you for your all atention sharing beutiful Pics . Thanks.
Enjoying the blogs.
Nice photos Andrew:) You are a great photographer and I am proud of you:)
Any idea if the Maltese string multi-coloured lights for Christmas? That would make for some spectacular night time photos.
Great camera work, Andreas! Beautiful shots.
Yes, there were Christmas lights and trees. But I saved these photos for a later post. I will probably be on Malta for Christmas, so I will have a bit more.
Hi Andreas, How are you? It is very beautiful photos you`ve done, especially at night time. Those old buidings it seems like a postcard. Great job, I hope everything is fine with you. HUGS!!
Great shots of Valletta! I’ll be redirecting my foreign friends asking about Malta to your blog from now on :)
Thank you very much!
I will keep photographing and writing then.
you managed to grab a shot of my hometown (3rd photo from last), that would be Senglea also known as Civitas Invicta translating to ‘The Unconquered City’. Hope you are enjoying your stay on our island, if you ever happen to need anything drop me a line and will help the best I can.
Ow, You are a great photographer! Great shots!
Fantastic photos. Have visited once, and will be visiting again in a little over a months time. These pictures make me wish that I was there now. A beautiful capital in fantastic country. Frankly, I would happily emigrate there.
I lived there for half a year and I regret every day that I returned to London.
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