The Royal Liver Building
The Royal Liver Building is a Grade I listed building located in Liverpool, England. It is part of Liverpool's UNESCO designated World Heritage Maritime Mercantile City. Today the Royal Liver Building is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city of Liverpool. Jon Reid | Portfolio | Blog | Tumblr
Name that building ! Bands revisited !
I laughed to myself when I received this picture a couple of weeks ago ! As I recognized this building immediately ! [ it holds lots of lovely memories for me ] Can you tell me the name of the building and where it is located ? It is widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is grade two listed. The first foundation stone was laid in 1838 [ to commemorate the coronation of queen Victoria ]but the actual building was not started until 1842 , a truly muti…
The Lady Chapel, Liverpool Cathedral
Vectorama HDR image from this magnificent little detailed Chapel part of the hughe Liverpool Cathedral. 15 images were used to process 5 HDR images which are stitched together into a vectorama using Hugin Software.
This is called a Lambanana (Lamb + Banana) They are all over Liverpool, England. When my cousin told me about these I thought she was kidding until I saw them with my own eyes! Very bizarre but very cool.
Above Photo: The Liver Buildings at Liverpool’s Pier Head on a foggy night (Pinterest) Liverpool’s Pier Head plays an important role in my Punk and New Wave Memoir, Bombed Out! I recently cam…
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Canon ae1 Programme 35mm Film Camera 50mm f1.8 Prime Lens Would be interesting to know when the last know film shot of the Cathedral interior was done