The Port of Liverpool building at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image

I spent an hour or so at the Pier Head in Liverpool. It was a little quieter that time. I was able to stop and use my 360 camera to capture some different views.

The Cunard building at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
The Royal Liver Building at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
The Mersey Ferry building at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
The Mann Island building at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
The Museum of Liverpool at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
The Museum of Liverpool at Liverpool's Pier Head. Taken with a 360 degree camera, converted to black and white and displayed as a flat image
Architecture, Street Photography

Liverpool Pier Head In 360

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A little exploring along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal in Birmingham City Centre.

Architecture, Landscape, Urban

Industrial Birmingham and Fazeley Canal

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We decided to explore an area of Liverpool that we haven’t visited much – Toxteth L8. The area has seen a lot of regeneration in recent years after decades of decline.

Architecture, Street Photography

L8

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St Georg’s Hall and cenotaph in Liverpool, England

It was a damp morning for a walk around the city centre of Liverpool. We stopped for a little explore of the plateau outside St George’s Hall.

St Georg’s Hall and cenotaph in Liverpool, England

St Georg’s Hall and cenotaph in Liverpool, England

Architecture

St George’s Hall

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Allerton Towers, one of the many large parks in the south side of Liverpool.

Not as big as Sefton Park but still room for a good stretch of the legs.

Architecture, Urban

Allerton Towers

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