Liverpool Picture Post
I imagine for most people the mention of Liverpool brings to mind, and is synonymous with, the Beatles, but for me the main attraction is the architectural heritage of the city, with some fine examples both from its rich historical past to it dynamic and forward looking present. Below is my picture post from a recent trip to the city.
The wonderful docklands area with a faint glimpse of the Liver birds in the distance.
The Dockland is also home to The Tate Liverpool a fabulous space and with Free entry a must visit when in the city. The view out through one of its windows caught my eye on the day and has an almost Lowery type quality to it For more info on Tate Liverpool click this link
Wherever you are in Liverpool it seems the Liver Birds are never far from view. You can read more about the Liver Birds and their origins by clicking this link
Is it only in the UK that people will eat ice cream whatever the weather? On this particular day although the sky was blue and the sun shining the wind was bitingly cold, but still they ate ice cream weird!
The infamous Mersey River, made even more famous by Liverpool band “Frankie Goes to Hollywood” and their hit track “Ferry Across The Mersey”. However on this day i gave it a miss as it was too too cold!
Reflections in a glass box.
Shadowys of the past