Inside St Georges Hall and the minton floor – III 25 Feb 0919 Feb 14 by Pete The minton floor here is made up of nearly 30,000 pieces and is only shown to the public every few years to keep it from falling apart. Tags: Architecture D700 HDR Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles Hello In Old Not a happy bunny In Old Firecrackers In Old 10 thoughts on “Inside St Georges Hall and the minton floor – III” Wonderbar Pete!! The detail is insane. xx I much prefer this to the previous due to the relative lack of distortion. Nice one! :) Finding these really interesting…I’m from the Wirral originally (and due to move back next week), and have often stood outside but have never been in. It looks absolutely majestic. This is a really great photo and very well done processing. Gorgeous! Beautiful! wow…amazing. I totally agree with MahonyWeb, this one is so much better! The central lights are awesome! Very nice picture =)! Intense tones and sharp details. Stars seem to illuminate this place. Well done capturing the essence of this place. Really beautiful. Just one of Liverpool’s many treasures. Originally from Woolton, I moved to Canada in 1955, but have returned many times to my home city, enjoying its history, architecture, and atmosphere. As a keen photographer, and an engineer by profession, I intend to file this site to return to in the fuure. The Liverpool Town Hall was one of the places I managed to go inside, where that great ballroom is located. Comments are closed.