Monday, 8 June 2015

Sunday Snap: Love will tear us apart

Ian Curtis Joy Division Memorial A little sombre this week.

A brilliant musician.

An icon.

Tragically committed suicide at the young age of 23 back in 1980.

Ian Curtis of Joy Division.

His grave at Macclesfield Cemetery.

Every time I walk by I am amazed at how much love is shown.

Beauty in sadness.

Forever 23.

Ian Curtis shrine Ian Curtis Joy Division Macclesfield




Sunday Snap

23 comments:

Sonia said...

Really great ideas, I really need to work on our garden. those chairs are amazing and I think I could fill the garden with windmills... just love them x

Ness said...

Reminds me of when I saw Jim Morrison's grave in Paris many years ago. It amazes me that after all these years the strength in feeling for these musicians.

Bex Smith said...

Thanks for this post! We have a tiny garden but I am going to take some of your tips on board x

Coombe Mill (Fiona) said...

What a fab occasion to be able to say you've been and seen, it must've been a great thing to watch as the liners did a synchronized manoeuvre. It's a shame that there was so many people there so you couldn't get a clearer view but I'm sure you all had a great day all the same. It looks like there's plenty to see and do around Liverpool this summer. Thanks for linking up with Country Kids.

missielizzie said...

Love the sound of a Pimms planter! What a great idea to theme it like that.

Claire Toplis said...

blimey those chairs are disco bright x

Loopyrach said...

I'm going to get some paint out and paint my plant pots in bright colours to help brighten my garden up a bit.

Nell@PigeonPairandMe said...

Thanks for the inspiration - especially the idea of spray painting chairs. We have some that are looking tired, but if I give them a blast I bet they'll look great. And I'll keep some in reserve for the plastic pots too!

pinkoddy said...

This is such an inspirational post. My garden is SUCH a mess - but I seen even a table cloth for my picnic bench could make all the difference. Thank you.

Helen said...

Oh my goodness those pink chairs are amazing!!!!


Helen X

Louisa said...

Thanks for some great ideas. I love the pink chairs. Our patio area is currently full of rubbish but it will be gone by the weekend so we can start to make the most of it

Jen Walshaw said...

I love the pink chairs. You might have just inspired me. We are about to buy a chinea for the garden

angela said...

Thats it I need a garden, i want those pink chairs

Sonia said...

Wow that looks like an amazing thing to get to watch. I always forget just how big they actually are! I love Liverpool and have found memories of walking around the Albert Docks :)

Erica Price said...

That must have been an amazing sight - would love to have seen that.

missielizzie said...

I heard about this on the telly and thought how amazing it sounded. It must have been an incredible sights seeing those ships.

Beautyqueenuk said...

The Karaoke Tuk Tuk looks like it could be a lot of fun x

Jen Walshaw said...

Wow, what a thing to see. I too only saw it on the TV. My Dad was a marine engineer and my grandad too, so ships are in my blood

Sarah Bailey said...

Wow what an amazing sounding time to visit! It sounds like such an awesome time. x

Gretta Schifano said...

This looks like brilliant day. I'd love to have seen the synchronised ship dance! It looks like there are lots of fun things to do for families in Liverpool.

Kara said...

This looks like a brilliant event, so bright and colourful with plenty to see and do. I have never been to Liverpool but want to visit one day

Michelle Twin Mum said...

This looks like so much fun, I've neer been to Liverpool. Mich x

pinkoddy said...

What a fantastic day - so much life, and colour. I have never been to Liverpool.

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