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It's been a struggle to find the time to get out and take photographs in the last few weeks - so examples to post on the site are a bit thin on the ground. But I did jump out of the car on a trip down to Whiteinch and take a snap of the rapidly disappearing Granary building down on South Street next to the Clyde. Apparently this area is in for some massive redevelopment - in the style to mimic the Manhatten skyline - so I'm told.
The wire mesh spheres at the top of the Kelvinhall building are a very distinctive feature of the building.
This woman is perched on the roof of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery playing her fiddle; the original fiddler on the roof perhaps.
The ice cream van outside the gates of the Botanic Gardens.
We visited the new 'Loch Lomond Shores' attraction a couple of weeks ago; a mixture of water sports, scenery and shopping. Hopefully it will be a big success - certainly the view from the new building, (photograph on the right above) is spectacular.
Unfortunately the photograph of Pat above didn't come out correctly - must be the dreaded 'sticky shutter' problem on my Canon T90 camera. But I liked the photograph and I like Pat in it so here it is anyway.
Meanwhile back in the west end of Glasgow; university students re-aquaint themselves with study in the Glasgow University Library; and the sun gets lower and lower in the sky as we move through Autumn.
More of the same Jim. Well done!
--Roger Young ( james dot byrne2 at ntlworld dot com ) from Scotland on 4.11.2002; 20:49:04 Uhr