Isle of Cumbrae

This is a very special island for my chapter of the Clan Lamont. As youngsters we spent our summer holidays from morning until belly-rumbles in the evening with no adult supervision. This is a stark contrast to freedoms young people experience today. Being a parent from mid-nineties onwards I don’t think millennials live with regret or have feelings of missing out. For me that the total freedom I enjoyed on an island 2.5 miles long by 1.2 miles wide in the Clyde estuary formed many happy memories for which I am very thankful. Continue reading Isle of Cumbrae

A bendy lens on Pacific Quay

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.








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