The Wall of Liverpool – Threshold to The Ends of The Earth


Back to 2008 when Liverpool was the host of European Capital of Culture. I and a friend of mine found this place by accident when we were hunting superlambananas all over the places in Liverpool at the time. This big wall is located by the end of Old Hall Street.

If we stand up at the side wall where we can read: Liverpool – Threshold To The Ends Of The Earth, then everything feels and looks normal. What I meant by normal is I didn’t feel like I was standing in a high place. But if you go to the other side of the wall then you will realize that apparently you were standing up on a high place. When I looked through the circle I could see the road was quite deep down below me. I felt a little bit scared when I was climbing that circle to be honest, but the view was just stunning. We could see the Liverpool landscape and River Mersey in the distance. Liverpool is a beautiful city.

To know a little bit more about the quote on the wall then you may want to read this article: John Davies, A threshold to the ends of the earth.

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My Lost Moon


This picture I took in 2008 if I didn’t make mistake. First time I published this picture on my old blog at Y!360 where I joined a fun event called Picture Perfect Friday (PPF) and the theme at the time was black and white. The event was run by a lady who loves photography and every week on Monday she gave us a new theme for the PPF. It was a very nice event or program because every Friday we could see lots of beautiful and very creative pictures since people had different interpretation of the theme that we could see on their work. Now they have moved to Multiply for blogging there due to the Y!360 been shut down.

As far as I can remember I took this picture when there was a lunar eclipse in Asia especially in Indonesia in 2008. Also I remember that it was my first time to snap the moon which I’d been longing for long time while I still learned to get used to with my Samsung Digimax A7 camera.

I tool lots of pictures at the time and I think this one was my best shoot ever! Unfortunately I’ve lost the files of these moon. This one is the one that left but it is not the original one in term of the size of the picture. What a tragic!

Now I have to called this picture as My Lost Moon 😦

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My lost moon