It's the shadow on the floor that I most like here, although the significant difference between the received image and the reflection interest me too — enhanced by the knowledge that there's yet a third perspective from outside of the window.
In her fitting seat / throne? That'll be Graham on the right. He would later play a further rôle in the evening... ;) Oh, and please appreciate the first outing for this sparkly dress!
Amanda rocks out.
Alvis at the Carriage Works
An Alvis TD21 (I believe), in gorgeous condition, just minding its own business outside a restaurant on Liverpool's Hope Street — oddly, but appropriately-ish here, named "The London Carriage Works". I've always fancied an Alvis and this one reinforces that, though I'd have to have a soft-top! I'll take the opportunity to provide a cautionary tale: I've stayed at the hotel associated with this restaurant, the Hope Street Hotel. It carried a good reputation, which I understand is due to the restaurant. I didn't eat there, but I can certainly say I wouldn't stay in the hotel again. Hugely over-priced, not especially nice, and that's after I had the hassle of getting a room - they'd lost my booking even though I'd confirmed it. Even when they did give me a room, they tried to "downgrade" me without offering a discount on the price I'd agreed for the better room. You never get this nonsense with Travelodge! ;)
Sefton Park, Liverpool. The park is currently in the midst of a major renovation project, and the main lake is being de-silted. The most obvious result so far is a large number of very bewildered-looking ducks wandering around the neighbourhood!