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    New Brighton.
    The winds and high tide yesterday morning combined to make some cracking surf dudes




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    Nice photograph Dave. Can feel the sea spray from here.

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    I love stormy pics of the mersey.
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    Great! Stormy seas are always good over there. A mate of mine one rode his mountain bike along a sea wall ledge further along when it was like that... how he didn't fall in I'll never know...

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    Great photograph, Dave. Thanks!
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    One of my favourites from a couple of years back.


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    amazing images !

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    Yeh, they are wicked pictures... it shows you the violence in the water... sometimes its calming to watch the sea... them pictures are scary

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    Default Mersey storm pictures?

    I hope someone is able to take pictures, and post them on here, of the storm effect on the Mersey. Goes without saying but I will say it anyway, I also hope they don't endanger themselves in an effort to get the perfect picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloyne View Post
    I hope someone is able to take pictures, and post them on here, of the storm effect on the Mersey. Goes without saying but I will say it anyway, I also hope they don't endanger themselves in an effort to get the perfect picture.
    Im about 1 mile away Sloyne on Scotland Road,I can see right up Leeds Street from our Bedroom..Ive never seen anything like this wind mate..Im not goin' anywhere near The Pier Head lad !!

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    Wow, can anyone get a good shot of any wind?
    Some bendy trees or something.....

    I am scared of going out in the wind, always have been.... and when the wind howls up the toilet bowl (no puns please, it really does, you can see the water moving) - that freaks me out a little too.

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    I walked to subway before for my dinner and nearly got blown to newcastle, it's pretty bad. 4 people have died accorss the country so far..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jona76 View Post

    Wow, they are great Jona... the sea looks really angry

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    My God, falling chimney in Crosby...



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