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The tall ships left Liverpool and the Mersey in May 2018. The challenge of the day was to find an interesting point to photograph it from. I had previously…

Stanley Dock is part of Liverpool's remarkable maritime heritage. It is within Liverpool's World Heritage Site, the centrepiece of the Stanley Dock Conservation…

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Crosby beach is an inspirational place to visit for photographers. There is the wonderful Another Place by Anthony Gormley. On this particular visit HMS…

I cannily booked my train home from Liverpool for late in the afternoon, knowing that would give me even more time to explore with my camera. I headed for the…

As I’ve traversed Liverpool over the last three days, I’ve clocked up around 18 miles. While my main focus was on the major pieces of architecture, I kept my…

When I’m visiting somewhere new, I always check if there are any nearby National Trust places to visit. Hidden away in the Georgian streets of Liverpool I found…

After we’d finished in the Metropolitan Cathedral today we strolled down towards the River Mersey. The waterfront is a wonderful location for photography, with…

I’ve never been to the city of Liverpool before, so when I saw the chance to attend a workshop here with Astrid McGechan and Charlie Waite I grabbed it with…

The Manchester Ship Canal enters the river near Ellesmere Port. These are a follow up group from yesterday of pictures made on a pleasure cruise down the canal…
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