Navigation mark in the meeting between the river Mersey and the Irish Sea
at the level of the town of Formby which isn’t a suburb to the nearby large city
but more a kind of independent “dormitory town” for the city of Liverpool.
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 “Autumn“.
Many consider fall as the season where something leaves, thus an end
perhaps not entirely fair – in addition to the splendid colors so it could also be a start ..?
The light navigation system at the end of the runway in daylight
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
look more spectacularly in the dark.
The light navigation system of the railway at the southern side of L’pool in the twilight
look less spectacularly in the daylight..
The southern way of of the city of Liverpool in autumn colors, just waiting for green light..?.
Somewhere in the North Atlantic autumn of 2011 – a rather fresh breeze
where the nearest land was the southwestern Norway far away
had an external task for the shipping company and sailed a trip aboard one of their ships.
Just to learn how their world look like.
Maybe seems like snow, but is airy sea water.
The inspirational “kick” to find back to the old photo in the “attic”
it came from always worth visiting Amanda’s blog “Something to ponder about”
“Interislander Ferry ride from Hell..no wait, Wellington” – yeah from New Zealand.
It is said that intelligent people don’t get bored
maybe that’s why we do so many crazy things while we look busy
such like to climb up on the roof in the city of Liverpool.
It doesn’t matter just remember look busy.
Old unused rail tunnel in Liverpool.
Ingenious architecture when it was built in the mid 1800s
because something is unused or abandoned today
so it necessarily doesn’t mean that it is useless.
Perhaps we lack more imagination than we assume
especially for recycling or use of hidden features.
Falkner Square Gardens Liverpool
Cities regardless of size need green spaces where residents can letting the mind get air
actually there aren’t great demands on those spots than they have mental space.
The inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes
this is Liverpool UK, many perfect places for inspiring “kicks”.at work breaks.
The title is a The Beatles song from 1966.
Maybe sometimes autumns are like waking up the morning after a great party..?
Every single city has several levels and “waterside cities” most.
Hello someone has stolen the water from the lock – impressive simple technique.
Unused railroad bridge over the Leeds-Liverpool canal – close to where it starts in L’pool
with metal fences set up at both ends of the bridge
probably for keeping brash locomotives away from the bridge..?
Docklands, late morning the autumn sun is on its way.
Stanley Park, a bit misty morning.
Walton Hall Park, a bit misty morning.
Tried to “catch” a Liverpool bus in the late afternoon, metaphorically said.
Missed several – all of light technical reasons
when it finally succeed, so it had no driver.
In fairness it should be mentioned that it was stopped at a bus stop.
“It is the dim haze of mystery that adds enchantment to pursuit”
*Antoine Rivarol – french journalist*
If the adventure doesn’t seem to be in the clear straightforward sharpness
so perhaps instead we should look into the mysterious unclear grainy horizons..?
The horizons of autumns will be perfect, I guess.