Tributes have been paid to a veteran Maltese photographer after he was found dead near Cirkewwa.
Victor Caruana’s body was discovered on rocks near the busy Gozo ferry terminal on Saturday morning.
The 74-year-old from Mosta had been reported missing on Wednesday.
Malta Police said the death was being treated as ‘unexplained’ but ruled out foul play.
His cousin Anthony Calleja said: ‘He was truly a kind and loving man. He loved to help people.’
Another family friend added: ‘Victor will be missed. He was a great man with so much talent.’
Mr Caruana first caught the photography bug at the age of 11 when he was given a Kodak Brownie camera.
When he was 16, he set up his first dark room and developed his first films himself.
A teacher by profession he continued with his photography hobby on weekends and holidays.
His photos were printed in various magazines, books and national newspapers both in Malta and abroad.
As a tribute, here are some of his best photographs of life in Malta and Gozo.