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A spur of the moment decision to drive around the Wirral Peninsula to have a look at the Liverpool skyline found my wife Liz and I stopping at Seacombe Dock Ferry Terminal, home of the world famous Mersey Ferry.
For Liz, being a Liverpudlian, this brought back memories of childhood trips from Anfield, over the River Mersey by ferry, to spend a day at the seaside of New Brighton with her parents, now deceased.
So of course, we had to take the Mersey Ferry over to Liverpool and back for old times' sake.
We caught the last sailing of the day, so we couldn't get off and explore the Liverpool waterfront, but of course I photographed and videod the experience for posterity.
The ferry docked on the liverpool waterfront right opposite the world famous Royal Liver Building, resplendant in the sunshine and crowned with the symbolic Liver Bird, so of course, I took some photos while waiting for the ferry to depart once again for Seacombe Dock.
We now plan to repeat the experience, earlier in the day next time, so we can get off and have a wander around the Three Graces and the renovated Docklands at our leisure.
Merseyside Timelapse #1
Merseyside Timelapse #2
Merseyside Timelapse #3
Merseyside Timelapse #4
Merseyside Timelapse #5
Merseyside Timelapse #6
Liverpool Liver Building Illuminations #1
Mersey Ferry Video #1
Filename - liverpool royal liver building 02
Camera - Canon EOS 6DMK2 DSLR
Lens - 24-105mm Zoom @ 75mm
Exposure - 1/125 sec @ f/8, ISO100
Filters - Polarising filter used to enhance colours.
Location - Liverpool, Merseyside, England
Image enhancements - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - Handheld capture with image stabilisation.
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