One of the things I wanted to do this year was to get back into the habit of taking a camera out with me each time I go out. Mid way through last year my little compact camera developed a memory card fault and I'm ashamed to say I haven't got it sorted out as yet. It's something I must do.
Anyway today was my (hopefully) last appointment with the chiropractor and as I was charging out the door I remembered to pop into my bag G's new camera. I'm so glad I did as I spotted these sculptures on the edge of an inner City housing estate.
This is a Sailor's Angel to signify the ancient tradition of placing models of ships inside churches.
There are three large brick planters depicting men at work in the City's docks
This chap is a Titanic Stevedore in remembrance of out City's connection with the world famous liner.
I've looked them up on the City's website since coming home and found there are a couple of others which I shall investigate next time I'm in town.