Category Archives: Photography

Weekend Wanderings: Procrastination Edition

I had one of those weekends where starting just about anything seemed like an insurmountable chore… Not that I even had that much I needed to do, track training with Mellieha AC on Saturday morning and long run on Sunday … Continue reading

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On Scotland: Edinburgh, in and around the Meadows

The Meadows in Edinburgh really are rather special, I guess that is the case with a lot of large green spaces, however I will write about this one as it is one I know and love. I remember the Meadows … Continue reading

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Weekend Wanderings: Gardens & Grooves

This is a very green post, provided you don’t print it out I guess… Last weekend we went to San Anton Gardens in Attard and this weekend we decided to explore Kennedy Groove a little closer to home. (Yes it … Continue reading

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Two pictures from Mdina…

I’ve got a post with weekend wanderings pictures coming up tomorrow, however today I’d like to post just 2 pictures from one of my favourite places on this island, Mdina. There is something about this old capital of Malta, also … Continue reading

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Weekend Wanderings: Floriana

Now I do realise that I am fairly late with this post… But yesterday was one of those┬ádays, so I’ve basically written it off, so it didn’t happen which in turn means that today is the first day of a … Continue reading

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Weekend Wanderings: End of April…

End of another month… Funnily enough the weather on the last day of April and the first day of May could hardly be more different. On Saturday we had one of those storms that blow in from Sahara and leave … Continue reading

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On Scotland: Iona

There are some places that manages to leave an impression long before you have even been there, or maybe even before you have a clear idea what or where it is. Iona had such an almost mythical place in my … Continue reading

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