"Liverpool is the pool of life" - Carl Jung, 1927
How true! :) Carl June was a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology. Jung proposed and developed the concepts of the extroverted and the introverted personality, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. His work has been influential in psychiatry and in the study of religion, literature, and related fields.
[Shipping - Blue Funnel Line : ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia].
Shipping - Blue Funnel Line : ephemera material collected by the National Library of Australia
Exchange Flags, 1956 and 2013
Showing work going on underneath the square on the underground car park behind the Town Hall. I believe the monument also acts as a ventilation shaft for the parking areas beneath, and this old shot gives an insight to how it looks and works down there. Some more 'Then and Now' shots from the city centre, taken end of January 2013. All these photos can also be seen on my new Facebook page... www.facebook.com/LiverpoolThenAndNow Please feel free to add any comments, corrections, additional…
Museum of Liverpool: Nightmare at the museum
The £72m Museum of Liverpool may have opened in 2011, but problems with the design and build mean parts of the iconic building are still inaccessible to the public. Last week's £1.13m court judgment highlights the dangers for small consultants on big projects
Lost Liverpool Buildings
Times change and cities grow and evolve. With Liverpool’s dynamic history it is perhaps not surprising, although none the less sad, that we have lost some great buildings. There are many loca…
Aigburth Road 1900s and 2012
Sometimes just one small detail helps to identify just the right spot and I was sure I'd seen that 'corner door' on the first red-bricked house opposite the tram - as it turns out, I'd walked past it a hundred times before because it stands on the corner of Brentwood Avenue, one of the many roads I used to live in. These are from the third batch of 'Liverpool - Then and Now' photo collages that I put together during a hectic but interesting couple of week's project in December 2012. I've…