Looking the other way you can see loads of iconic Liverpool buildings. St Georges Hall looks quite different from above and can be seen on the left at the edge of the shot. There’s a random colour splash which is the engineering building at Liverpool Uni. Both cathedrals are there, though the Anglican isn’t lit up. You can also see into Liverpool One. Its quite a view.
My first visit to the Panoramic restaurant in Beetham Tower. My friend Peter launched a book he has been working on. It’s called Liverpool Then & Now. Well worth checking out.
The final in my Liverpool Bay series. Looking left from New Brighton you can see out to North Wales.
Its amazing how light pollution bleeds into the sky. The lights on the right are from Seaforth Docks.
A rather stunning evening last night. Only had the D700 & 50mm with me so I rested it on a wall and did some long exposures.
While the magician and bar maid have been dancing a guy in white, perhaps an angel, watches from above. There are a few moments where it looks like the magician hypnotises the bar maid and possibly manipulates her. It is at this point when the guy in white steps in to teach the magician a lesson. I won’t spoil the ending but its not as simple as you might think.