I managed to catch the noon salute again, second time. The only thing is the camera could do with being a few seconds longer focused on the proceedings. I'm sure many would love to see a bit more of the action. But I'm so glad I've actually witnessed it as it is a super tradition.
it looks like the helicopter has changed it's colour my photo shows it black or some one has 2 helicopters
the view is lovely this afternoon
07:02 acaba de llegar el crucero Holland América Line Maravilloso!!Buenos días para todos!! :))
Thanks Dee for the info.
Today, the 8th of September which is Victory Day. There will be an historical Regatta in the Grand Harbour, a traditional boat race, representing various towns, in competition with each other.
Can anyone tell me the significance of the red and yellow striped flag please. It is draped down a wall and there are people gathered below it. Thanks.
Probably both, Stewart! Enjoy Malta! :-)
How good!! Now looking closer to everything! This makes me feel like I'm there, and I'm really more than 20,000 km away. :))
I hope I'm not sounding cheeky but have they cleaned the lens or increased the magnification the views seem slightly bigger I'm not complaining it's Great I keep missing the Cannons but we will be there live as from Wednesday and we will see them for sure SKYLINE your the Best
Whoops sorry! British Hotel. But you are GRAND in my eyes.
Fantastic! I have just seen the noon salute at long last. Thank you so much Grand Hotel if you timed it to be seen on your cam.
The cam. just keeps missing the noon salute. I have been hoping one day It would catch it, but alas, no luck. But do they not do it on Sundays, anyone know?
if you look at the photos from yesterday (from this cam and the others!), I was very busy following an off-shore vessel and two Superyachts!
You're welcome, Margaret. They were very helpful before.
you get to see some very nice ships etc with this camera and at night the buildings look like gold, sometimes when the sun is going down my wife and I are looking forward to our visit in Septembe