Easy day to be a seagull where Irish Sea and river Mersey meet.
Just unfold the wings, then the bird will fly, easy way learning to fly.
The fish down in the water probably never get seasick.
Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.
Not a pirate captain seriously leaning on a parking ticket,
but a creative local artist who collects wreckage for his project.
It is a continuing process, over the years – mostly in stormy weather.
Because the river and the sea can’t keep “curious fingers” from the creation.
Both river Mersey and Irish Sea both supply and steal material at the same time.
A row of benches with their backs facing the river Mersey,
– a sensible choice in this kind of weather,
the waves beat over them incessantly.
Probably why the benches are unused right now.?
Knowing that it isn’t always fun, but it is a bit fascinating when nature shows the muscles – and tells us humans that we have only one supporting role – guess it is healthy for our self-understanding. 🙂
the first championship in 30 years, Bill must be smiling above, despite the weather
Sure you are right about Shankly and Paisley as well. 😀
But don’t let it be a party until the work is done. 🙂
I love a good stormy sea… so long as I’m not on it (or sitting on one of those benches 🙂 ). Thanks so much, hon!
Undoubtedly the benches are a wet wet wet pleasure in this kind of weather. 🙂
So glad you enjoyed these views. 🙂
Glad I was wearing my rain gear. 🙂
A fantastic invention. 😀
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All this water! So many posts about water! Dear LDN, what’s a prairie girl to do? Do you have something with wheat in it?