If you captured your regular commute on film, what would it look like? Probably nothing like Pete Carr's.
The photographer has been taking images - like the one above - of his daily journeys to and fro on the River Mersey and now they are on show in a new exhibition, titled Rush Hour, in the Baltic Triangle.
Pete has turned his back on traffic congestion, delays and frustration to take an all together more leisurely - and enjoyable - approach to the morning and evening commute.
And he's been particularly inspired by the changing light at the start and end of the day.
Pete explains: "Growing up on the Wirral, with family on both sides of the river, I've taken trips on the ferry since I was a kid. Days out with my nan, who was from Bootle, and school trips to the museums.
"However it’s only since I started using the ferry every day as a commuter that I got to really appreciate its brilliance.
"Sailing towards the Liverpool skyline on a frosty cold day with snow on the deck, a hot brew in one hand and an ice cold camera in the other while taking in the stillness of the sunrise.
"As a photographer the light is stunning but as a person the commute does wonders for mental health.”
You can see 31 of Pete's images in Rush Hour at Unit 51 in Baltic Creative until May 30.