More Stirling photographs in Springtime.
Who does not love Spring?
Continue reading Springtime in Stirling
The games came to Glasgow and as with every festival and event the city put on its best party dress which made a memorable visit. Continue reading Commonwealth Games 2014
A quick walk up the Ochils that overlook Stirling. Well worth the time spent to get there and rewards the mild effort with great views from the Forth bridges (soon to be a trio) in the east to Ben Lomond in the west. The Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle were built upon “crag and tails” for strategic reasons. Continue reading Overlooking Stirling
You have to hand it to Glasgow City Council, Scottish Government and generous benefactors to have this treasure trove of art open to all, without cost. Museums and galleries can create key moments for visiting children. Such moments can later inspire decisions based on that early childhood visit. Continue reading Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Another sequence of Pacific Quay on the Clyde, Glasgow this time shot using a very wide 12mm lens. This allows much more dramatic perspective and a fresh approach to anything with height eg. buildings. The first two photographs are reflections I noticed on the BIPP building’s glass windows.
Photographs of Stirling and the stone construction shot around the west side towards the Church of Holy Rude and Stirling Castle.