Impossible Project by Therese Debono

Modern architecture in Hamrun Malta

I once bought a Polaroid 600 from a flea market for just 7Euros. I never thought much about using it, till last week I got tempted to order cartridge film for it...These are my first attempts...and there will surely be more...

Corradino Flats

The shadow is what made me shoot this

Palm Trees near Pavi, Qormi

Uprooted by Therese Debono

The change in our environment, make us feel like we have been uprooted from our comfort zones and thrown somewhere else. Where can I put down my roots? Which environment suits me as a human being? 

Siggiewi Icons by Therese Debono

A stroll around by Therese Debono

Qormi, Malta

Some photos from my walk today. I went to Zebbug, Siggiewi and Qormi, however the latter location provided the most interesting and entertaining shots.

The top one has St Joseph and Mary looking down, they are looking down at Baby Jesus however the broken lamp could also be what they are looking down at!

The image below has Jesus totally covered with the lamp, seriously I don't know why they did not move the icon further down to be visible.

Qormi, Malta

Qomri, Malta

York House and the missing icon...one wonders what happened to it...

Siggiewi, Malta

This house above in Siggiewi has its icon protected in an aluminium case with a glass front, however one can't really make out who the saint is due to condensation forming on the glass pane. I would take a guess and say its St Nicholas because he is the patron saint of the village of Siggiewi.

Revisiting Roma by Therese Debono

The very first shot upon arrival in Rome

Some shots I snapped in Rome on a trip in May 2013

City Laundry by Therese Debono

Another brief stroll around the Capital City of Valletta, and in the hidden streets you find this colourful exhibition of laundry...

Covering laundry with sheets of plastic to protect it from the rain

All the whites

All the whites

French Holiday by Therese Debono

The beauty of St Emilion

This time it was a very quick visit to surprise one of my friends, however we still managed to visit St Emilion and the area. I never tire of the beauty of this area.

Above: Some photos of St Emilion which is a World Heritage Site

Above: Some photos taken in Libourne. We loved the small recently restored church and the autumn colours.

Holy Marys and doors by Therese Debono

It was a very short walk in Hamrun, with the students from Agenzija Zaghzagh. They had an exercise in street photography to pursue, and I decided to pick up on something and do the shots too....as you can see its all about Holy Marys and doors :)

The Pink Lady

Layers by Therese Debono

On the 2nd November, Victor Agius, Mariella Cassar-Cordina and Immanuel Mifsud invited me to photograph the opening of Layers, which is a multidisciplinary event at the St Agatha Catacombs. in Rabat. Curated by Dr Vince Briffa, the event consisted of a choir and various artifacts displayed in the deeper caves of the catacombs. I was greatly captivated by the sense of place combined with this artistic event, thus my photography flowed effortlessly, lead by the deep vocals of the choir. Below are a few images from the evening as experienced by myself.

Quick lunch in the shade... by Therese Debono

Quick lunch in the shade...

But curiosity got the better of him

As I walk the streets, I sometimes can't help having people notice me whilst shooting. This gentleman in particular was looking at me whilst I was shooting, so I shot up first, and whilst lowering my camera I shot the first shot....He then could not help his curiosity and had to look up to what I shot, little realising that he was my subject.

Valletta Stroll by Therese Debono

Blue and green...

Today had some time for a casual stroll around Valletta and as usual the city and its people did not let me down with abundant captures with every turn I turned...

Breakfast for Caffe Cordina waiters