On our way home from the Lake District we stopped at Liverpool and Salford Quays on the outskirts of Manchester. No first visit to Liverpool is complete without photographing the famous Liver Building.
And of course, the Fab Four.
I liked this statue below as it’s so lifelike. It’s of Captain ‘FJ’ Johnny Walker, who commanded the most successful anti-submarine fleet based at Gladstone Dock which he worked tirelessly for during WW2.
Lovers padlocks on the front in Liverpool.
Something different from me – I quite like architectural photography.
One of the reasons for our visit to Liverpool was to see the Antony Gormley art installation at Crosby Beach in Merseyside. It consists of 100 cast iron figures of himself facing towards the sea. At high tide only some are visible, but as the tide goes out they slowly ’emerge’ from the sea.