The Architecture of Liverpool

As Storm Francis is due to batter the British Isles over the next few days I decided I would head over to Liverpool before the worst arrived. My plan was to see what interesting angles I could capture of the world famous city.

Walking around pier head, trying to avoid the rain, the walls of the Museum of Liverpool caught my eye. I love how the design blends the diamond shaped tiles into an intricate pattern that reflects the river below.

It’s incredible to see the changes brought about by Corona virus all over the city. From one way systems, social distancing signs and symbols, to marked out waiting areas round the shops. Who would have thought such a small but significant change would come so quickly?

I finished my walk back where I started, down round the Liver Buildings. I love St Nicholas Church grounds and especially the Blitz Memorial found at the front. Contrasting the feelings of the innocence of youthful play against the pain of a mother urging her child to come down into the shelter away from the bombs; a truly thought provoking memorial.

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