Roger's cruise photos,
to Valletta, Malta, Sept 13, 2015. All photos were shot with a FujiFilm X-T1 using a FujiFilm 18 - 55 mm f2.8 lens.
Still touring the museum in Velletta. This metal Helmut looks like it may have been in battle.
Love these old grandfather clocks.
A very color coordinated photo.
The purple room.
They made the rifles very long during this period.
Fairer sex helping with battle.
It was Sunday today and the church clergy and monks were doing a religious parade to help convert the tourist.
The Bishop and Mary Magdalene gets a free ride.
I love to watch artist doing street art.
Why the black cape?
Back into a museum that has some of the oldest artifacts on earth.
We are talking old here. Malta has been occupied a long time.
This piece is one of the oldest statues in the museum.
Not very attractive replicas of women.
I believe this one is the most famous, old, valuable, and beautiful.
Roman aqua duct still functional.
The country side is similar to southern California.
Those blinkers keep that equestrian beast on a straight route.
Those bricks look old.
Keeping up with the guide.
More dormer type windows.
An optional and good way to inspect the Silent City.
Olives grow well here.
I liked that olive tree.
Huge gates in this prehistoric city.
Great looking steed indeed.
They keep the grass nice and green here on the adjoining grounds to the city.