My picture gallery contains; photographs of the West End of Glasgow, photographs of Glasgow, and photographs of Scotland.
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I will leave this weeks photographs to speak for themselves.
In passing however, I should mention that my photography exhibition is on until the 30th August in Hillhead Library on Byres Road. If you haven't checked it out yet I urge you to do so.
Starting a bit late with the photo diary this month - there has been too much going on lately - it has been difficult for me to concentrate on getting the photos up on the web. The first thing I must do is thank everyone who came along to the preview of my West End Photography exhibition in Hillhead Libary, a week past Monday. I really enjoyed meeting everyone, and was pleased that there was such a positive reaction to the photographs. Special thank to those who purchased photographs - I'm sure they will look great on your wall. :-)
The exhibition is on until the end of August, so if you have not already seen it, be sure to check it out. If you are a Westender you should find it interesting - because you will recognise the scenes. If you are a tourist, you will see that the West End really is a beautiful place.
The first photographs on this months diary are from my working trip over to Brussels a few weeks ago. I had been there before but it was such a rush that I hardly got beyond the train station, and didn't see anything of note. This trip I had a little more time and it helped that I walked everywhere instead of taking the train - so I saw a lot more.
Here is the aeroplane that brought me back home to Glasgow. Nice weather that day - as you can see.
There was a bit of excitement in our street a few weeks ago when someone vandalised the fire hydrant. The local kids had enough time to get thoroughly soaked before the fire engine arrived to sort it out.
It wasn't at all easy to fix it - it was a two man job.