My picture gallery contains; photographs of the West End of Glasgow, photographs of Glasgow, and photographs of Scotland.
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The Glasgow Harbour Development is redefining the skyline down on the Clyde. It seems as if these new buildings spring up out of the ground overnight - although I have a suspicion that these cranes may have helped the process.
Not all of the old granary buildings are completely cleared yet - here is one displaying a final rude gesture to the demolition crews.
A photo of some of the new houses at Partick Cross taken from the old Partick bridge that traverses the River Kelvin and the long gone Partick railway line.
The iron work on the bridge was looking picturesque - so I took a photo in passing.
Local artist Kenneth Burns at the recent exhibition of his paintings.
Tribeca - a relatively new cafe/restuarant on Dumbarton Road in Partick.
I took this photograph of the Whistlers Mother cafe bar on Byres Road to add it to the competition page: win lunch with wine for 2 at Whistler's Mother's Bar
As I walked out of the Botanics, I noticed the way the late evening light turned this sandstone gatepost into a dramatic picture.
Construction on the Skerryvore project continues apace.
A few more photographs of the Aerosol Art in the lane at the back of the Great Western Baths.
A picture of the Hunterian Gallery from Ashton Lane.
There is some debate going on in the Discussion Forum about the name of this new pub in the West End - formally called Bloody Mary - but the letters have been re-arranged - and it's now called Booly Mardy.
Some very vivid aerosol art is appearing in the lane at the back of Hillhead Library. My understanding is that the artwork was commissioned by the Western Baths; the baths now have a virtual entrance at the back (see below) and a real entrance at the front. The artwork is by Enrique Cintrano - and from a glance at the result, he is clearly a talented individual.
At least two people have said to me lately that I should ensure I have plenty of photographs of the Kibble Palace before the refurbishment brings wholesale changes. I don't normally need an excuse to take photographs of one of my favourite subjects - but that one will do for now.
This month sees the return of the mystery photograph competition; where can you see this particular architectural feature? As usual there are no prizes, just the warm glow of knowing you got the right answer when everyone else failed. :-) Use the comments form at the bottom of the page to provide your answer.
A view of the River Kelvin
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