My picture gallery contains; photographs of the West End of Glasgow, photographs of Glasgow, and photographs of Scotland.
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I was asked by a friend the other day if I had been out taking 'autumn' photographs - and the truth is - I hadn't. So to rectify that particular failure on my part, yesterday morning I tried to capture on film, something of what was a crisp, cold, and bright, autumn morning.
The twin church spires on Great Western Road always provide a distinct West End image - the bright early morning sunshine just made it even more dramatic than usual.
And I had to take a walk through the Botanic Gardens; take note that there is no need to get there too early to be sure of a seat.
This months mystery photograph is of somethign a little more modern than usual - it might be too easy - I'm not sure. Anyway the question is, where can this distinctive shape be found? Provide your answer by using the comment form at the bottom of this page. It's just a bit of fun, sorry not prizes - but you do get to feel smug and self-satisfied if you get it right. :-)
They don't make street signs like they used to. This carved sandstone sign for Athole Gardens is certainly more attractive than the modern plastic signs we know, and don't love.
Don't you just love a nice bit of cast-iron in the morning?
The previous evening I had taken some photographs of Tribeca; the new restaurant on Dumbarton Road, near Partick Cross.
I'm starting this months photo diary with a slightly surreal theme. On some days I wander around West End and I don't feel like taking any photographs. Other times, like this morning - everything I look at looks like a photograph - even the bus shelters; I spotted this one on University Avenue.
There are days when even concrete looks photogenic.
I see Bonhams on Byres Road has a nice new shiny sign.
I have a selection of my photographs for sale in the Gallery Shop.