Monday, 28 October 2013

Crosby - Bricks & Statues












While on holiday in North Wales this year, I visited David of Penmorfa fame. We had pre-arranged a visit to Crosby to look for bricks on the beach, the tide is forever turning new ones over. They had been dumped there as landfill after the Second World War clearance of bomb rubble from Liverpool. Also on the beach are the Antony Gormley statues, what a strange sight, they are so real from a distance when the water is around them.
So here are are a few photos of that day.




















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