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Malta: Street Photography

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Hey guys! I’m back with part two to my recent trip to the beautiful island of Malta….but this time I want to share with you my first love of photography, street photography.

I might be a little biased in this article but Malta is an absolutely fantastic location for street photography. I just love taking photos of every day life and meeting new people, capturing their emotions and environment. Malta’s old rustic streets and architecture from yesteryear provided the most perfect back drop. If you missed out on part one to this mini series, you can see more of Malta’s incredible beauty here.

Need I say anymore? Well, below are some of the people and interesting places I came across while I was there.

All the images were taken using my Canon EOS 1200D using my 24-70mm lens. Enjoy!

Gozo, Malta

Gozo, Malta

Mdina, Malta

Mdina, Malta

Mdina, Malta

Mdina, Malta

Sliema, Malta

Sliema, Malta

Malta

Saint Julian, Malta

Malta

Saint Julian, Malta

Malta

Sliema, Malta

Saint julian, Malta

Saint Julian, Malta

Malta

Saint Julian, Malta

Malta

Swieqi, Malta

Malta

Valetta, Malta

Malta

Valetta, Malta

Malta

Gozo, Malta

Malta

Gozo, Malta

Peace and love guys,

 

 

 

“A thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people.”

— Annie Leibovitz

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Author: Sóla Snapshot

Photographer and blogger - My photographic adventures, whether close to home or far away. Lover of good food, dogs (even though I don't have one yet), orangutangs and travelling the world.

One thought on “Malta: Street Photography

  1. so calm and beautiful 🙂

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