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    Tis was Church Street last week. I only put it on cos I was having trouble putting pictures on.


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    Nice pic....

    I noticed that travelling around Liverpool this autumn that BLUE is the trendy archiitectural color this year. Some places look a little overdone when entire buildings are colored blue - sort of looks cold.

    Looks good in this case though....

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    Agree about the blue lights - obviously the trendy colour in 2009 - I thought they were horrible and very cold looking.

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    Funny using blue lights at Christmas though, cos it's not a traditional Christmas colour.

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