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Great snunney 2013-12-14 3:54

Hello Malgo,
When I was child living in the centre of Liverpool I used to spend quite a lot of my spare time in the William Brown Library and museum. So it is most interesting to see the results of the recent restoration. The upwards point of view and calculated framing makes the most of the graphical lines offered by the architecture. Exposure is spot on and the detail excellent. Thanks for sharing and have a good weekend.

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Old 12-14-2013, 11:57 AM
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Talking To snunney: Beatles time?

Hi Stephen, When you spent your childhood and youth in Liverpool, it must have been in the Beatles time? I had my hostel on the corner of Mathew street, so it was fun to me to see the Beatles photos everywhere. It was very strange idea to go to Liverpool and specially in gloomy December but I liked the city very much and it deserves more attention on TE as it has. I liked the area near this newly restored library. There is an interesting monument of young Victoria, near Wellington's Column, maybe I will post it somewhen. I can't find anything about it. Warm regrads MAlgo
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