Outdoors, Weekly Photo Challenge

Wanderlust

Liverpool Albert Dock 2

Today I will share with you some photographs from my recent trip to Liverpool, more specifically the famous Albert Dock.

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Albert Dock is a complex of dock buildings and warehouses that was completed in 1846. It enabled ships to be loaded from warehouses directly and was the first structure in Britain built without wood using cast iron, bricks and stone. Today it’s a popular tourist attraction.

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Also, one of the other things Liverpool is famous for is a certain four-member rock band you may or may not have heard of.

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I did visit the Beatles Story, the museum dedicated to all things Beatles, so hopefully I will post some pictures from there soon.

Obladi oblada, life goes on.

Wanderlust

Outdoors, Weekly Photo Challenge

Surprise

This place–can’t call it a park, I don’t know what it is, so let’s just call it “some green place I didn’t know existed”–is just a walking distance from my house. It was a real surprise to me when I discovered it.

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Tram bridge in the distance.

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I like the little pathway.

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It’s like a small urban jungle.

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Countryside–or inner city Manchester? The latter.

Surprise

Outdoors, Random and Weird Phone Shots

Random and Weird Phone Shots – Wheelbarrows

Today I’m pleased to share with you my phone camera pictures of wheelbarrows.

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Wheelbarrows are awesome. Life just wouldn’t be the same without them.

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They are used in construction and gardening and enable people to carry heavy loads, which they otherwise wouldn’t be able to do. In short, they are damn useful things.

I even have a Pinterest board dedicated to wheelbarrows.

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I dedicate this blog entry to my sister, who has special fondness for wheelbarrows.