Doors of Valletta I’ve always enjoyed photographing doors. Valleta, Malta’s capital city, had many interesting doors to photograph when I visited. In particular, I liked the older fonts found on many of the doors and signs. Here are some of my favorites! Universal Store, Valletta. Paul’s Store, Valletta. Gravina Store, Valletta. Faldus Shop, Valletta. Family Store, Valletta. Alfred Camilleri, Valletta. Door, Valletta. Door, Valletta. M.Mallia Door, Valletta. Arvel Door, Valletta. Paolo Bonnici Door, Valletta. Blue door, Valletta. Related posts: Photos from Valletta Doors of Merida The Lobsterman’s Door Blue House, Cartagena
These are all such beautiful photos. I have always enjoyed all of the doors that you’ve posted before, and the are no exception.
Thanks! I do like doors. I’m headed back to the Yucatan for Christmas, and hoping to get some nice door shots in Merida and Campeche.
Ahh man you’re making me jealous. I lived in Yucatan for.a couple years and it’s one of my favorite places. Just took the family there in September and that’s actually how I found your blog because I was looking for photos to show them when we were planning the trip. I can’t wait to see your future posts!
Hey Peter! I am so glad I found your blog. I live (part time) in Merida (Yucatan) and I enjoy looking at your pictures from all those places you’ve visited. I have a question on these pictures of the doors of Valletta. I noticed a drain located exactly under most doors. Is there a specific reason or purpose for these drains to be located at the entrance doors?
Just curious 🙂
Hi, could it just be for drainage? I hadn’t really noticed until you mentioned it. I was in Merida and Campeche over Christmas, I got some nice pictures in Campeche but it may be awhile before they’re online. Thanks for the comment!