The Liverpool exhibition has came and gone again and I found it to be very inspiring. I normally go twice but this time we had to go to a wedding at Robertson on the Sunday and my daughter's birthday on the Monday, however the one visit still gave me a boost.
I arrived at about 1:45pm and left at 5:00pm having only made about one complete trip around all the exhibits due to stopping and chatting.
I also managed to take a few photos, something I usually give a miss as exhibitions are not the best for trying to take photos ( for some reason the trains keep moving). I also hate the use of perspex as it makes photographing very difficult. I had some nice shots of Time and Patience and Central that I can't use because of the reflections of flourescents lights over the models beyond the perspex, grrrr!!!!
Here are a few shots that I like.
Ross Balderson's Central Station 1958.
Time and Patience
I damaged the bank account with some book purchases but had to leave a lot of other interesting stuff behind.
All in all, a good exhibition.
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