Visual diary: Malta, Gozo, part 2

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Continuing from part 1.

The visit to Gozo island was one of my top highlights of the trip.  It’s home to Gozo’s largest churches, pristine beach bays, rocky coves, snorkelling and diving.  It’s also a car spotters utopia for vintage car enthusiasts, we spotted the classic Minis, Morgans, Beetles, my lucky prize was the 1940s Vincent Black Shadow motorcycle parked near the fortified wall in Rabat (Victoria), I couldn’t help but Instagram it as seen on the round-up.  The most arresting sight in Gozo were the Fungus Rock and Azure Window (see photo 1 and 2) both located in Dwejra Bay, we arrived at the spot one late afternoon and caught sight of the rough sea, swelling waves fluctuate wildly send crashing into rocks, we stood in the same spot for a good little while with our phones and cameras on standby to capture that particular wave shot until the sunset come.  Did you know both landmarks appeared on Game of Thrones?  Click HERE to find out.

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Travel buddies: Charlie, Louisa, Michael and Anna
Many thanks to Le Meridien Malta and The Westin Dragonara Resort for their hospitality and service.
All photos featured were shot with Olympus Pen Lite E-PL5 kindly loaned by Olympus (UK).


17 comments

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  2. These photos blew me away! People often talk about equipment when it comes to photography but no camera can do this without a good photographer.

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