During the strangest days of recent history I was fortunate enough to be able to safely take my daily exercise walking from my house to heading through the city centre of Glasgow. These are some of the photos from a silent city, the silver lining is apparent in the ability to see and take photos of some of the nicest buildings in the world without the distraction of cars and people.
2 Weeks in Japan, we started and ended in Toyko, a huge area which disappears into the distance in all directions. With nowhere to put a tripod down everything was taken handheld and without it being a photography trip I still managed to fit in a few photos.
As always the fireworks in Glasgow Green were fantastic. Colourful explosions in the sky! It’s always hit or miss with these sort of things, the weather plays a huge part, ideally you want a pleasant evening but a bit of wind is always welcome to blow away the smoke because after the first few you then have a haze to compete with but at the same time you at least get nice blue and pink smoke if you time it correctly.
A recent visit to the Botanic Gardens Train Station which has been long abandoned since 1939. The building above became a venue which then burned down in 1970. The platforms and railway tunnels still exist but the rails are no longer there, it looks like something from an apocalypse movie with light coming through two open sections in the roof leading up to the Botanic Gardens in Glasgow’s west end. The train station is a bit of a “must do” for the modern urban explorer in the central belt of Scotland and is a regular place for graffiti artists to frequent.
A fresh and slightly cold walk to the West End of Glasgow yesterday with the camera. Not an intentional walk for taking photographs but I had my camera in my bag as usual so I got some decent shots on the move.