Lighting tracks

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Weekly Photo Challenge “Let there be light

Sometimes if we aren’t accustomed being out in our hometown at night
so we feel like strangers in town
alright without saying too much – I can navigate in Liverpool in the night lighting too.

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36 thoughts on “Lighting tracks

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    • #.ese
      Yeah exacly – a city we think we know so well can and often do – change totally in night light – I found it very charming – as you mentioned so it adds a lot more mystery… 🙂

    • #.cardinal guzman
      I do not think you would regret it – us jutlanders (the strange danes in western Denmark) and all you great norwegians – we fall quickly into the atmosphere in Liverpool with all the irish, scots, welsh, northern irish, plus all the other wonderful people who live there – we also meet englishmen… 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • #.madhu
      Cities in night attire is often very different from daylight impressions – all in all, I think this city is very inspiring at night – we all need to remember that we all have a responsibility to do something worth visiting… :_)

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  6. Sweet shot, Le Drake. You always make Liverpool seem like the place to be. In reading about Liverpool, I realize it has been going through very many positive changes over the last several years. 🙂

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  9. I’ve lived in so many different cities nothing looks like home anymore. HOME doesn’t look like home anymore. Very reflective post!

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