Mark Simms shares his latest Blog feature

Mark Simms Photography

Built between 1842 and 1854, St George’s Hall is considered one of the finest examples of Neo-classical architecturein the world…..it is designated as Grade I listed. Scandalously it was allowed to fall into disuse and disrepair during the 1980’s, but thanks to a multi-million pound refurbishment it was re-opened in April 2007. It is now used for a variety of cultural, community, civic and corporate activities.

Without question it is one of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings and stands at the heart of the city’s cultural quarter. It is certainly one of my favourites. However it does present the photographer with a bit of a problem…..its size is truly monumental. This coupled with the fact that it is surrounded by a number of other large and impressive buildings, streets, roundabouts and the general hustle and bustle of city life, makes trying to get a clean shot of the whole…

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  1. Thanks for the re-blog guys.

    October 30, 2012 at 5:43 pm

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