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City Lofts

City Lofts

This is the new City Lofts apartment building at Princes Dock. You can see it from another angle in this shot. Its quite a nice clean design with great views of Wirral and Liverpool I imagine. I was hoping to get a St Patricks day photo up but nothing really happened at Albert Dock and I heard there was going to be dancers. They did have some dancers but I can’t legally take their photo without permission from parents. I was hoping to get a photo of some people in those large hats in Matthew Street, but no-one was really photogenic. Afterwards I did think that I should have taken the shot anyway as it was a true representation of Matthew Street on St. Patrick’s day, but the perfectionist in me wanted a nice shot, not a real shot.

Apologies for yesterday’s post. If you didn’t see it, which I suspect some of you didn’t it was Red Nose Day. I accidentally set the post to private and didn’t notice. I was able to see the post because I was logged in.

In other news, I’ve had an idea. Stay tuned.

Camera: Canon 30D // Sigma 10-20 // Focal Length: 10.0mm // Exposure Time: 1/200 // Aperture: f/4.0 // ISO: 100

4 comments on “City Lofts

  1. Cool shot – I like the lines!

    Intrigued as to what your idea is (and also to what happened to yesterday’s photo – I can’t see an entry for the 17th!)

  2. There was a very short St Patrick’s parade from Wm Brown St. Only discovered it by searching some obscure forums.
    Minako took a few pix which you can see on her weekly Japanese ‘Goldfish’ report
    http://scousehouse.net/goldfish/goldfish83_photo.htm

    You can also see the Post & Echo photographer Eddie taking the photo of us at Albert Dock that appeared on front page of Daily Post on Saturday.

  3. another great shot ! I like the perspective and pov which accentuates the hight of the building. The high contrast between the white walls and the dark blue sky are superb !

  4. Big and bold. The curves lift it from being a straightforward shot.

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