Seen while walking along the back of Ashton Lane in Glasgow. Do they light up at night?
If I ever move back to the city, I’d love to live in the West End. The public gardens there are beautiful and full of colour.
Rain, rain and more rain – and scary high winds on the way. We’re to attend a funeral tomorrow – the sort that is happening because the universe is a unfair and random place.
My husband and I went into Glasgow on our anniversary. It was a beautiful day and the light was fantastic. It almost looked like graffiti paint.
Mr C and I went to Glasgow yesterday to visit the Asian market. We’ve both needed a fix of fresh okra for awhile now. On the way to the shop, we passed this poor, disused chair in front of a block of tenements. My guess is that someone used to sit in their front garden and enjoy watching the world go by.
I’m a relative newcomer to Doctor Who as I didn’t watch it before it was relaunched a few years ago. I wouldn’t call myself a fan, but I have really enjoyed watching it with my children. And we are all looking forward to the big anniversary special this weekend. Here’s hoping it’s good!
How anyone ever looked at the night sky and saw bears, archers, and goats I’ll never know. I discovered recently I’d been misidentifying the big dipper for the last 40 years. Sheesh!
Mr C took me to the east end of Glasgow today. Sadly, I forgot my camera – but I did have my phone.
One rarely sees this poor guy without a cone on his head.
Mr C and I were in Glasgow a couple of weeks ago. The weather was lovely that day, and everyone seemed quite happy, and my camera just missed snapping the sweet version of the Glasgow Kiss here. For those of you who aren’t local, a real Glasgow Kiss is a headbutt to the face, usually performed by a scary drunk person.