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Photographing the Clyde: Flats at Mavisbank Gardens

Took another wee amble down by the Clyde today.  I have been meaning to photograph these flats for a long time but for some reason I had never got round to it.  So I suppose it is typical that the day I actually get round to photographing these buildings was a day of just awful weather; bitterly cold, snow, and icy winds aplenty.

I tried my damndest to hang on till sunset but the biting ice cold wind broke me... and needless to say an amazing sunset arrived after about ten minutes after I decided I could not front it out any longer.

Know of any other interesting places to photograph in Glasgow?  Feel free to leave a comment below with locations you think are worth investigating.

Great Glasgow Photography Locations: The Glasgow Bridge

I have been spending a lot of time down by the Clyde recently generally looking for architecture style shots but the sheer number of bridges which span the Clyde offer interesting photography opportunities.

The Glasgow Bridge (above) is  a sinch to find even if you are only visiting the city - simply head to the Clyde at the rear of Central Station and voilà.  A word of warning though, check the tide times before you visit as at low tide the water can be strewn with all sorts of debris which can ruin your shot... as I found out to my cost.

I am always looking for suggestions for places to photograph in and around Glasgow, feel free to leave a comment below with locations you think are worth investigating.