Anna-Maria Buhagiar’s lens focuses on a diverse range of ages as though fascinated by the change. It finds characters with a Maltese somplexion, living the Maltese way of life. If you zoom in, you may well spy some facets of yourself or of some familiar other-very decently exposed. The time spent on any subject is not tedious. The lens stops long enough, like a butterfly gathering pollen. Swiftly and elegantly, it zooms out and refocuses. This lens reveals more than that which an ordinary lens discloses. Propelled beyond the flash, your mind travels and unravels. But in some instances, the effect is immediate and tickles you into gentle laughter …and sometimes moves you to tears. Every time, Kenneth Zammit Tabona’s pen and ink vignettes provide a delightful double-flash for maximum impact.