Sunday photoblogging: Liverpool, from Albert Dock

by Chris Bertram on January 13, 2019

Looking towards Pier Head, Liverpool



Donald A. Coffin 01.13.19 at 5:42 pm



William Timberman 01.13.19 at 6:01 pm

Absolutely love all your photographs. For some reason, though, this one seems special. It’s not about the composition, which you always seem able to nail, even in adverse conditions, but rather something about the subject matter — the ancient and honorable in a perfect blend with the sometimes iffy contemporary, both contributing equally to a formal vitality — which I’m sure really exists as you’ve portrayed it, but which most of us would probably pass over with an eye far less discerning than yours. Thank you.


Birdie 01.13.19 at 6:07 pm

somewhat heterogeneous ;-)


Dr. Hilarius 01.13.19 at 6:26 pm

Nice composition. Outstanding color.


LFC 01.13.19 at 9:34 pm

Agree with W. Timberman.


Alan White 01.13.19 at 10:04 pm

I second William Timberman!


Layman 01.13.19 at 11:36 pm

That is a great picture, really amazing.


Alan White 01.14.19 at 1:50 am

BTW one title I thought might fit this wonderful piece was–given the “arrow” effect toward a gap–was “A Double-Slit Experiment Viewed From One Side in Entirety”.


Barry 01.14.19 at 2:07 am

Very nice.


bad Jim 01.14.19 at 8:18 am

I love the black monster on the left with gleaming green teeth eating a dockside establishment … what, this isn’t a Rorschach test?


Matt_L 01.14.19 at 5:59 pm

That is a beautiful photograph Chris Bertram! Your Sunday Photobloging is really great in general, but as other commenters have noted, this one is pretty special. Thank you for sharing it with us. (Thank you for reminding me to get out my own camera and to take more pictures)

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