Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Day Out To 'Another Place'

Crosby Beach, England


Another Place is the title of a permanent exposition of sculptures 
(there are over 100 of them) created by Antony Gormley.
The ship, conveniently,  just happened to be passing by.

The dog?  Just having a closer look, I guess :).


When we visited, many of the sculptures were out of sight, hidden by the high tide.
Crosby Beach is between Liverpool and Southport in the North of England.
It takes about 2 hours (123 miles) to get here from Coventry.


PS.  I am suffering from a rather bad toothache.  Been to the
dentist 3 times and hopefully it will all be sorted next week.
I'll post when I can :).

12 comments:

RedPat said...

I visited during low tide and it was wonderful to head out to see them. It is a fabulous installation!

Linda said...

So sorry to hear about your toothache, I hope you find some relief very soon. Your photos are beautiful!

Tanya Breese said...

oh wow, that is so neat! what a really cool idea!! hope your tooth feels better soon :(

Jane and Chris said...

Feel better soon,toothache is miserable.
Jane x

William Kendall said...

I hope you're feeling better soon. Get rest.

The sculpture's interesting... and I wonder what the dog's thinking.

Sharon Anck said...

I enjoyed seeing Antony Gormley's sculptures two years ago when I was in Italy. They were on temporary display in various parts of San Gimignano. I've seen photos of the ones you have pictured before but, would love to see them in person.
Hope the tooth is better very soon.

Stephanie said...

I hope you get over that toothache soon. I love the sculptures. They are pretty cool! Beautiful scenery.

Cloudia said...

How interesting!

Jack said...

This is an odd place to put sculptures. (Get better soon, LOL.)

TheChieftess said...

Interesting...and unusual sculpture!!! Love the dog checking it out...

Hope you feel better soon...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I would love to see them when the tide is out, but I can't help thinking it may look a little eerie :) So sorry to hear about the recurring toothache Lauren, nothing worse.. what's to be done about it?

José Mendonça said...

Fantastic! Great timing on top.
Hope you're already better now. Toothache is something really awful...