The second day of the 3 Queens event in Liverpool saw the arrival of Cunard liner Queen Mary 2 (QM2). There was street theatre to entertain the crowds during the day and the evening saw the stunning projection ‘Amazing Graces’ on the three graces followed by fireworks over the river.
Saturday was the build up day for 3 Queens. Street theatre warmed up the waterfront and there was a stunning display called ‘Amazing Graces‘ by The Colour Project. It featured photographs of everyday people and a narration by Hope St. QM2 arrives on Sunday. ‘Amazing Graces’ will be repeated at 10pm followed by mid-river fireworks at
A week before my wife and I got married I was commissioned to photograph a really fun community event on the waterfront by Open Culture, the BBC, Tate Liverpool and Culture Liverpool. The idea was to create a Mondrain style image with various community groups, with different people representing different colours. My job was to
The Giants are nearly here! One more sleep and its giant Friday. It’s going to be… a big day… I know. Sorry.
I loved the Craig Charles gig at the waterfront on Friday. Funk n soul isn’t my normal tipple of choice. By that I mean I’m happy to listen to it but I probably wouldn’t browse the artists on Spotify. That said I can’t deny the energy and pure soul to the music that was played
The other week I posted some photos of the Liverpool skyline at dusk. A lovely evening. These photos are from the exact same position on an incredibly calm day.
It was a very calm day yesterday so I nipped out to get some fresh dusk shots of the Liverpool skyline. I thought it would be nice with HMS Liverpool docked against it. Little did I know that HMS Liverpool is a stealth ship 😉 Still, with work mostly complete on the skyline it’s good