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.
On the south side of the Clyde lies the Glasgow Tower opened in 2001. It is the worlds tallest 360 degree rotating building as it aligns to the direction of the wind. Its like a large upended wing and contains two lift shafts and set of stairs to a viewing platform. Beside this lies the arched Glasgow Science Centre and bubble pea-pod IMAX cinema.