Although these statues started life by all being identical, the sun, sea and sand have weathered each one differently and they now have individual characteristics. Some are hardly touched and still smooth whereas others are more rusty and appear to have scaly skins.
|the 'basic' model|
Others have been “interfered with” and sport a bikini or swimming trunks
|One was carrying an oar|
One was wearing a charm bracelet and another was wearing a hat!
They are mounted on 3m deep pilings buried in the sand although a few can be seen standing proudly on their mounts others are being buried by the sand.
They're all facing out to see, some are 1km from the promenade.
This was definitely one of the better things we've seen whilst we've been in Liverpool, more interesting to me than a couple of the museums that's for sure.