This project shaped out quite spontaneously, almost out of thin air, as I was walking aroud Valletta with the vintage manual camera loaded with black-and-white film, taking shots for my assignment. That month I was rediscovering photography, all thanks to David Pisani and Zvezdan Reljic, tutors of the Workshop F/1.4 (http://edebooks.eu/workshop-f1-4/).
Valletta, with all its eclectic character, is a paradise for photographers – each defines his/her own unique image of it. These pictures show the city in a different dimention – reflected in shop windows and puddles, overlapped with the crowd rushing through its narrow streets, merged with the crowd’s thoughts and dreams.
5 thoughts on “Parallel Worlds: Reflected Valletta”
I love reflections, reflective shots—and here you have some beauties; layers of depth and meanings coupled with people taken unawares whilst simply being people. I love it!
B & W is an enhancement too—a powerful tool. Great post.
Thanks for being such a dedicated follower, Argus. The ‘dark room’ was the best experience of the assignment. Developing films and printing – pure magic.
i liked scream and burlesque 🙂