And more photos, all with zero comments or context. You’re welcome.
Take one decomissioned lighthouse at the point where the Mersey and Irish Sea meet, and et voila…
But first, a shell..
Now, the lighthouse…
The lighthouse and a bench – and below that, a perfectly framed in a victorian seafront shelter – before more of the lighthouse..
Finally, a ship is inextricably drawn towards the setting sun.. Night all.
New Brighton, June 2021..
Bog standard Stena ‘waterbus’ to Dublin, the MSC Virtuosa and one of the Viking Cruise Ships – the name of which escapes me.. the lighthouse, and just because, a moody shot to remind myself of the monochrome setting loafing around, mostly unused in the menu on the camera.
Not the best set of pictures I’ve ever taken, but..always the next time to take something nice and drain the battery on it.
A short break up in the Wirral, and North Wales – for a hour or three on one day.
First, out and about at the breakwater at Holyhead, Wales. The last bit of the UK before Ireland, or the first bit of the UK after Ireland – down to you own personal point of view.
And then, the New Brighton coastline at night – with a special guest apperance by Liverpool.
Finally, up in Crosby – Anthony Gormley’s art installation, ‘Another Place’. Over a hubndred iron statues, disappear, and then reveal themselves twice a day as the tide ebbs and flows. And occasionally, a perch for a seagull to take a breather.