Last month, when I was in Liverpool for a couple of days, I had a quick wander around the Albert Dock area – for those of you who don’t know the city this used to be a busy working port with lots of massive brick warehouses and is now the home to several big art galleries and museums. I was intrigued by the modern buildings that have been created amongst the old brick ones and how interesting the contrasts were. I though it would be a great subject for a 5 in 5 – so here are my favourite 5 from 5 minutes of taking photos.
I love how the wheel is still dwarfed by the buildings
I love how the old tiled roof in the front is represented in the white stripe on the roof behind it – and of course the famous Liverbird on top of the clocktower
I had a lot of fun trying different angles to see which of the surrounding old buildings were reflected in this mirror glass section
I love how the angles and textures of the new building are framing the old
I love how the shape of the new buildings match the shape of the old
Thanks to Sandie for the monthly suggestion to take photos in 5 minutes then choose the best 5 to share – I enjoy both the taking of ltos of photos and later the curating of a set of just 5 to post.