Photography Diary February 2007: Byres Road
Glasgow West End: Jim’s photography diary
Here are some of the photographs I have taken while out and about in the West End of Glasgow – I hope you find them interesting. Click on the images to view larger versions. You are free to download and use for non-commercial purposes any of my photographs as long as you put a link to this site and give me credit for the photograph (Jim Byrne)
Some months the images are a mixture of photographs of the West End, photographs of Glasgow and photographs of Scotland.
February 4th 2007
The sun came out for a wee while on Saturday – so I took a walk and some snaps. Pat asked me if I could photograph some pubs and some cafe’s on my travels – I did.
Here is a marginally interesting idea I had for taking photos – that I may follow up on during future walks, i.e., put the camera on the ground and press the shutter. Makes for a different perspective.
One more Byres Road street scene.
I took the tube up to Cowcaddens, took advantage of the bookshops for a coffee and a free read from their well-stocked shelves, and then walked back to the West End. Given the amount of money I spend on books I don’t feel guilty about the odd one I read from front to back while in the shop.
Passing these new flats – formally the student residence. I think this used to be called the Beresford?
Blas Restaurant – situated across from the Kelvingrove Art Gallery. I’ve been in a few times – and would recommend it.
This is an impressive sign.
The Three Judges pub at Partick Cross.
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