Originally a castle with wonderful view of the river Dee where this soon hits the Irish Sea
now there are mainly only the view back plus old architecture that refuses to give up.
The ruins of the Flint Castle.built during King Edward I’s campaign to conquer Wales.
The castle was built between 1272 -1307.
Across the river Dee is seen the peninsula of Wirral
the land between the rivers Dee and the more northern Mersey.
probably about 10-15 km between these two waterways
the one border between England and Wales, the second famous key point in Liverpool
Sommetimes people may think that they live quite ordinary
pipe dreams don’t need to be mirages
although it may be similar to the distance
perspectives are important including those from a distance.
Standing on a hilltop, what do I really want here
overlooking in the early morning from an alsatian hilltop in Haut-Rhin.
The more we look the more we know we don’t see
just like the more we know the more we know we don’t know.
The less we see, the more we believe in we see everything
exactly like the less we know the more we believe we know everything.
The bavarian city of Berchtesgaden in a grayscale-bye for this time.
Auf wiedersehen or in english See you later.
View from the top of a north-easterly english seaside town.
“I started at the top and worked my way down”
(Orson Welles – american actor)
In most contexts, so it is the way down harder than the way up.
Weekly Photo Challenge the 2nd version of “On the top“
Yes there could easily be sung this, with a rewrite of a “local” band
“Back in the Liverpool UK”
view from the tower of the cathedral not Penny Lane and Strawberry Field here
but among other things, “This is Anfield”, there will be plenty of life later this sunday
there comes a welsh team to visit late afternoon – a soccer match, you know.
Weekly Photo Challenge: “Threes”
three of the good reasons to walk a late evening stroll through the city streets.
Written with the classic song (which Ralph McTell made) as a part of the inspiration.
Have you seen your city at other times and in other places than the usual
have you seen more than what you wanted to see and knew already
how can you tell me you’re familiar with your area and knows the sun and the shadows
let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of Liverpool
I’ll show you something to make you change your mind about shadows and light.
There is plenty of life we never get to know, because we are all human of habit.
Memory requires knowledge
we can’t forget what we don’t know.
Even one of the towers in the danish capital Copenhagen need privacy
this view was seen from my window at the hotel room for a couple of years ago
the tower was surrounded by a closed scaffolding due to renovations.
Towers are often landmarks of cities, they strikes the eyes in a natural way
a full dressed tower is perhaps even more eye catching.
CBBH Photo Challenge the february theme “Across the rooftops“
with inspiration from Marianne’s worth visiting blog “East of Málaga”
as a extra part of this challenge includes to introduce 2 links
two bloggers of the large numbers of worth visiting WP’blogs.