As various St. Paul’s Shipwreck festivities came to a close on Thursday, esteemed local photographer Daniel Cilia managed to capture a glimpse of the final instance of ‘fireworks’ in his latest work.
One of the photographer’s most recent works shows the statue of St. Paul on his island, seemingly ‘watching over the grandiose ‘fireworks’ display regaled to us by tonight’s eruption of Her Majesty Etna’. The photographer revealed that the picture was snapped from St. Paul’s Bypass Belvedere at exactly 21:48:18.
This is not the first time that Cilia managed to capture enchanting photos of Mt. Etna from Malta, with one of his most recent snaps going viral after capturing an eye-candy snap of the active volcano from Binġemma with Selmun Castle in the foreground.
While Sicily can be seen by the naked eye in certain conditions, a photographer’s eye, paired with some stellar lens work will immortalise the sights, much like Cilia does nowadays.
Have you ever seen Daniel Cilia’s work?