Liverpool By Daylight


A day and a roll of black and white film. A short train ride to the buzzing metropolis of Liverpool to find what lomographical secrets it will yield. Ah a free day. How it reminds me of my younger days when every Saturday was mine to do with what I desired.

An advantage to be taken then a mere week ago when chance ordained that i be on a train to Liverpool, Diana in hand and film in bag.

No need to rush back for anything, a whole day to spend wandering the backstreet antique shops and boutiques which make up the extremities of Liverpool’s City centre. A small antique shop here, a broken down warehouse there, a boarded up house here. Anything can be found if you search hard enough through the alleys and by-ways from the train station. And then a walk to the bustling town centre full of lively street performers, large shops selling anything you could hope to buy, peculiarly shaped architecture and water features around every turn leading you inevitably to the Albert Dock. Ships, boats and museums all offer interesting ways to pass your time. And before you know it your time is gone, the light fades and you begin your walk back to the train station absently daydreaming about how your shots will turn out. Another week to wait until you’ll know for sure…oh well…

written by wilfbiffherb on 2010-09-16 #places #location #travel-destination #liverpool-black-white-diana-city-buildings-train


  1. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    Very nice images ! I love the front pic.

  2. wilfbiffherb
    wilfbiffherb ·

    thanks very much azurblue! i wa shighly pleased with my first b&w roll :)

  3. disdis
    disdis ·

    nice gallery!

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