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Uploaded: 07/03/13 3:21 PM GMT
Standing Guard
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Fort Perch Rock at the mouth of The River Mersey was built after The War of 1812 with America in the 1820's to protect The Port of Liverpool. It is still standing guard, but now as a tourist attraction.

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::Ramad
07/03/13 3:49 PM GMT
The roofs of the high building would have been a good lookout place those days! Nice B/W capture Steve.
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.Dunstickin
07/03/13 4:10 PM GMT
That's the one they kept those devilish Frenchies locked up in?...

great tones...just right for Lyns B&W
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"Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured"
::tigger3
07/03/13 4:31 PM GMT
Looks good in B&W I hope it's in the fun challenge.
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.0930_23
07/03/13 6:07 PM GMT
Great in b/w Caruso.
Hard to believe we didn't always get along.

TicK

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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
.gonedigital
07/04/13 10:38 PM GMT
It's a terrible shame that the military is so small nowadays that we'd have to rely on tourists to help prevent a US invasion. )o:

Dry humour aside Steve I like the precise framing here, & balanced use of contrast. (o:
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.icedancer
07/09/13 12:20 AM GMT
Looks wonderful in B/W
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Have a Beautiful Bright Day, Skates

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