Press: ‘How I’m seeing Malta disappear through its doors’ – Times of Malta

  To find my bearings, I walked… and I walked. It’s the only way that I know to get a real sense of any place I’ve ever landed in. So, leaving the vast concrete and glass apartment complex, perched on a peninsula, I turned down one narrow side-street after another – off the main dragContinue reading “Press: ‘How I’m seeing Malta disappear through its doors’ – Times of Malta”

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Behind closed doors, Malta

  Abandoned, derelict, buildings have always held a fascination for me… This particular one, a big house named ’Savoy’, is at the top of Savoy Hill, Gzira, Malta. It’s been derelict for the last three years, at least. Who knows how long prior to that. I’ve tried to find some information on it and theContinue reading “Behind closed doors, Malta”

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Disappearing Malta – an unintentional photo series of doors and facades

Disappearing Malta – vestiges of a tiny Mediterranean Island When we first arrived on the island, three years ago, from living and working in West Africa, the contrast was stark. All I could see was what appeared to be concrete and glass multi-story structures (Sliema was our first home and for those who know theContinue reading “Disappearing Malta – an unintentional photo series of doors and facades”

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Postcards from a small island – Malta. Images ©Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio

      A very enjoyable travel story that we worked on, in Valletta, the enchanting ancient capital of Malta – and also the European Capital of Culture 2018 – for ‘Morning Calm’ (Korean Air’s in-flight Magazine).       What a revelation, on our Malta walks, to find so much nature, and tranquility, particularly after havingContinue reading “Postcards from a small island – Malta. Images ©Jason Florio & Helen Jones-Florio”

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