Liverpool’s 3 Graces from the air 7 Oct 084 Mar 14 by Pete Another from my flight last week. You can see the work being done in front of the 3 Graces and it looks like the right hand side part is nearly done. Tags: Aerial Architecture Black-and-White Canon-30D HDR Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles Hello In Old Not a happy bunny In Old Firecrackers In Old 14 thoughts on “Liverpool’s 3 Graces from the air” Absolutly fabulous ! great work ! wonderful pic. I love it! Wow Pete, this photo is really amazing! Good photo! Greatly done, especially while airborne. The detail gives me a clear picture of a world far away. Thanks! That is an impressive view. i have some old photos from when there was a grassed area in front of the Liver Buildings. It looks so different now to when I was a nipper, heading out to the ferry terminal every week! Damn fine aerial/hdr combination! I always find interesting the appearance of a European-style urban built environment from the air – with the density concentrated in mid-rises … sure the hard-core skyscraper cities are a hoot as far as aerials go, but I gotta love the density here… How fascinating the graphic detail is here. B&W is a terrific choice to accentuate it. Terrific shot. How fascinating the graphic detail is here. B&W is a terrific choice to accentuate it. Terrific shot. A W E S O M E C O N T R A S T ! So many things to see. I love this one. Great job. Really good B&W picture !! Great balance between contrast and saturation I love churchs and cathedrals !! very nice shot..just love the bw!!! I love this photo, great work. Comments are closed.