Deep Pink Beatles

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A musically cave.



The Cavern Club is a night club in Mathew Street, Liverpool
opened in 1957 and it’s steeped in musical history and intimate coziness
lots of musicians have played here before they became famous
and many have returned after they have got stardom
The Beatles
The Who
Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds
The Queen
The Rolling Stones
The Kinks
Elton John
Jan. Akkeman and Focus
David Gilmour (from Pink Floyd)

Cilla Black worked as a hat-check girl there before she get famous.

In 1960 there was a performance by Rory Storm and the Hurricanes
(which included Ringo Starr as drummer, it was before he became a Beatle).

Paul McCartney, David Gilmour and Ian Paice playing at the Cavern Club in 1999
the video isn’t recorded by me
but actually I was in the crowd that night in 1999.

It could be called “Deep Pink Beatles”

As morning has broken


“Referee, be damn awake”..!

The crowd at soccer stadiums are very vigilant and believe often referees are sleeping.

If every day is an awakening, you will never grow old – you will just keep growing
(Gail Sheehy – american writer)

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An early morning airport departure
otherwise travelers with morning trains and morning buses
so does the travelers here often seems fresh and awake.

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I wonder how many people are awake here ..?


Often a fascinating sight in the morning traffic
energetic, wide awake and powerful, but with style
a young mother probably on her way to kindergarten with her ​​child before work.

The inspiration for these thoughts arised from the worth visiting blog “Ese’s Voice
Weekly Shoot a Quote Challenge Theme “Awakening“.

Gorgeous women as sculptures


“Agnete og Havmanden” (Agnete and the Merman)
located Parkallé in the second largest danish city – Aarhus
the sculpture from 1941 is made ​​by sculptor Johannes C. Bjerg.

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A grieving woman – artist unknown,
perhaps the mother of a 20 year-old frenchman (1890-1910)
located on the young man’s grave at Montmartre Cemetery in Paris.


Eleanor Rigby – unknown liverpool woman
immortalized by John Lennon and the Beatles
a grave of an Eleanor Rigby was “discovered”
in the graveyard of St. Peter’s Parish Church in Woolton, Liverpool in the 1990s
close to the childhood home of John Lennon
the statue of Eleanor Rigby is located in Stanley Street, Liverpool.
designed and made by the entertainer Tommy Steele.
A plaque to the right describes it as “Dedicated to All the Lonely People”.

Sculptures, my favorites – gorgeous women in happiness and sorrow.

With the inspiration from Ailsa and her absolutly worth visting blog
Where’s my backpack?
this is my 2nd version of the travel theme this week “Statues“.

Hidings in the hills of Montmartre

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Most people know Montmartre and love this parisian neighborhood
several places there enjoys cult-like status among visitors
with many sculpture-like monuments in the cityscape
the hills of Montmartre also stores more puplic unknown statues.

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Salvador Dali statue“.

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Dalida statue

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There are several dramatic sculptures in Montmartre Cemetery.

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When we visit Montmartre, so we cheat ourselves, if we don’t seek alternative paths.

With the inspiration from Ailsa and her absolutly worth visting blog
Where’s my backpack?
this is my version of the travel theme this week “Statues“

I saw them kiss

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Old and new kissed by the sun.

The docklands of Liverpool.

Contrast is what makes photography interesting
(Conrad Hall – american artist)

But why stop there, it seems too easy
contrasts makes life worth living
and the stroll worth strolling.

A post inspired from the always worth visiting Paula
Thursday’s Special “non-theme”: “Sunkissed