As the Covid restrictions had been lifted we thought we’d have a catch up in the Dipso. Only one snap of the gang taken by the very affable George the rest were in and around Liverpool before we met up.
I’d come across a photo of this and thought OO not seen that before I must go and check it out. So I did and these are the photos I took of it and a few other shots around the Pier Head and the old … Continue readingBlitz Memorial – Liverpool
At last I made a visit to the wonderful Anglican cathedral in Liverpool as there was an art installation on that I didn’t want to miss. There had been a lot of photos on social media so I thought I’d have a stab at trying … Continue readingPeace Doves – Liverpool Cathedral
The coronavirus lockdown continues but eases and the sun still shines. So a good opportunity to get around the city and take some photos of it whilst being bathed in the warming April sunshine. Here are some of the results..
Not a city to let a pandemic get in the way of its art, the River of Light Festival brightened up everyone spirits. Intriguing installations from artists were spread across the waterfront and back in towards the centre giving a decently spread walk on a … Continue readingRiver of Light – Festival
A nice fresh day to do the walk between New Brighton and Seacombe. We were rewarded with a rainbow over on the Liverpool side. Ha still not happy the Seacombe Ferry pub is now waste ground, still during the lockdown it would have been shut … Continue readingNew Brighton to Seacombe walk – Rainbow
We headed into town to have a look at the classic buildings and to witness some of the demolition of the flyover which interestingly enough has not outlived the old classic buildings… Hmm perhaps that says something. After which we met up with our chums … Continue readingIce Cream and Coffee
Blessed with enthusiasm to put on greats art shows the River of Light Festival in Liverpool didn’t disappoint. Installations from artists popped up at various locationson the waterfront and on the night we went got many out on a cold night for a viewing
We took the opportunity to make the most of the glorious weather by visiting the newly opened Captain Alexander in James St Liverpool as we had heard it had a roof top beer garden.. One of the things we miss most in Liverpool is the … Continue readingOranges and Pizza
It’s not everyday you are 21 for the umpteenth time so we decided to head off to show Ma the changes that have taken place in and around the the up and coming Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool. We visited the wonderfully chilled Love Lane … Continue readingMa’s Birthday – Love Lane Brewery