A b&w photo of the wooden navigation marker at the Blundellsands end of Crosby Beach on a snowy winters day.
Crosby beach lies on the final sea approaches to the River Mersey and the port of Liverpool. The beach and water are a lot cleaner now but when we were kids we used to swim out to this marker at high tide - it's amazing that none of us ever got sick with all the pollution in the water at that time.
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16 mm (35mm equiv.)