Love the perspective!
I assume this is in Liverpool too. Should really go over and explore the place – especially as my step-daughter’s living there for a year!
You should.. it,s been done up all nice now.. and great shops too explore 🙂
What a wonderful dome!
I wish we built like this in our parks to-day. Glad Liverpool ensured that the Pavilion was refurbished.
Hiya David they’ve done a great job of restoring it the park is still a bit dated but seems like every one was using it when we visited which was great to see..
That statue has a twin in the city I am from, it is in Bowering Park in St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada. It was placed in memory of a little girl lost at sea. Lovely to see it again, even if it’s not the one I used to climb all over as a little girl! Thanks for posting, great photography.
I,ve just read the history of the statue after you saying and wow, what a history it has. A very sad tale from Bowering Park and a great memorial to be left. George Frampton made the mould and seven statues were cast that are now dotted around the globe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Pan . I,m so glad you commented as i thought it was unique to Liverpool. Frampton has some major works on display in Yorkshire and is now on my “to do list” Thanks so much for your comment. 🙂
Wow!! I’ve got to check those out! Thanks for doing the research and I’d love to see the photographs you take of your experiences with the Frampton works in Yorkshire. Thank you for your comment as well !
Yeah, me again..just had a look at it and they are all over the world from St. John’s to Liverpool to Perth. I guess the statue is important to a lot of people everywhere. Thanks again. Have a great night!
Marvelous capture of the play of light on it!
Many thanks for your comments glad you like them 🙂
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