An all but deserted Merchant’s Street on a Sunday afternoon. To the left of the picture, Palazzo Parisio (where Napoleon resided for seven tumultuous days in 1798), now the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Auberge de Castille (the office of the Prime Minister). To the right, Auberge d’Italie which currently houses the Malta Tourism Authority. In the foreground, St James Cavalier, Centre for Creativity. I just love how the camera caught the rays of the sun and turned them into orbs of light, giving a different dimension to the photo. A typical autumn day in Malta – blue skies with just a hint of clouds.
Location: Merchants Street, Valletta
I just noticed the Go Overseas, Top Malta blog distinction. Well-deserved. I, too, love the effect of light on this image, Loree.ReplyDelete
I tend to like deserted streets, and this one is so beautiful and full of meaning and of history!ReplyDelete