Outdoors

So It’s November…

I haven’t been doing much photography lately. (Or, come to think of it, much blog either.) But I did do a photo trip to Radcliffe a couple of weeks ago. Radcliffe is a town in Bury,  which was historically Lancashire but is now part of Greater Manchester. Here I give you four pics from this expedition:

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So, Northern Hemisphere, temperate climate–is it as miserable where you are as it is here? ‘Cos we’ve had that type of weather that you hate no matter what you preference is. Or, more like, the weather that hates you–both cold and wet. Rain’s okay if it means it’s warmer, cold’s okay if it means it’s at least dry and sunny, but this, erm, occurrence outside is not okay. I hope it makes up its mind one way or the other, before I lose the will to live, brrrr.

Keep warm!

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Outdoors, Weekly Photo Challenge

Wanderlust

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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

Ambience

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Another weekly photo challenge, another picture of Arnside, Cumbria. It seems that trip there in September provided a lot of material for my blog.

The sun is just preparing to set, the smell of salt in the air and the silence, occasionally interrupted by the rumbling train–railway viaduct seen  on the right.

Ambience