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Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Crosby Beach

This morning we caught the Mersey Rail train to Brundellsands and Crosby to see the Anthony Gormley statues. They are well worth visiting. It was about 15 minutes after high tide when we got to the beach so we gradually saw the further statues emerge from the sea.

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Someone has obviously thought this statue needed a T-shirt to keep it warm!

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This statue was further out to sea. there are 100 statues in total along the beach.

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Jo taking a close-up.

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It has been a while since we last saw waves on a seashore. Unfortunately all my subsequent photos were spoilt by a hair inside my camera. I took my marine VHF portable radio with me so we could hear the various ships calling as they left the Port of Liverpool on the falling tide. We had a cup of tea in the Crosby Leisure Centre, watching a small child refusing most adamantly to go into the water. We had a picnic lunch on the sand dunes, and the obligatory ice cream on the beach Open-mouthed smile

Keith.

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