Off to Weeze in Germany. Back and forth I go.
Deep in the forest in Albania, close to monuments of bygone ages, there lay two peoples sleeping and their dog watching over them keeping guard. All close to a beautiful geyser. A strange and sometimes hostile country that still has lots of charm.
Der Lousberg in Aachen. A vantage point with a spectacular vista into Belgium and Holland.
Of all the walks in Scotland the West Highland Way still holds something special for me.
Sir Guy in future promotional head shots for
The End Of The Game documentary
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The Barras Market in Glasgow.
This man used to be a trader who was at Paddy’s market for many decades.
He believes that the fate of The Barras will be the same as that of Paddy’s Market.
A polite and intelligent man.
This rotting apple reminded me of Dali’s Un Chien Andalou. The ants were all over the thing until I got the chance to take a photo and then typically they all fled and left and only a few remained.
A man on a fag and tracksuit trouser health kick in Glasgow.
A retired teacher and painter stands directly in the sun but shadows his eyes.
On Great Western Road a young 50’s styled hipster takes her K9 for a walk.
A very cool geezer.
Another very c0ol geezer.
Hats and beards
Live newscasts from Glasgow to the greater worlds are almost daily now.
A solitary child sits on Buchanan Street watching a busker playing some more.
A troubled looking man who’s maybe had one too many Sunday pints.
A hipster preacher tells us how it is in the kingdom of god.
A Chinese man looks on as the hipster preacher tries to grab some Glasgow shoppers attention
A torn Scottish flag waves in the wind as two ladies quickly turn their backs to me.
This elderly gent is enjoying a smoke in the sun. Shame about the burn in on the mans hair.
Given that Scotland usually has constantly bad weather, it is unusual for the temperature to rise to 26°C in Glasgow. People change when this happens and they usually become slightly happier. It’s good to see this and because I carry a camera with me everywhere i go, well, it gives me the opportunity to capture some of it.
I rarely use such a wide lens but I do still have a 15MM ultra that I occasionally place on my rangefinder Leica.
I shoot almost everything in B+W as the FF sensor seems to give horrid looking colour switching at the edges. The vignetting is completely natural on all these shots.
The little guy above would not come anywhere near me
This is another dog who is a Mongolian breed
Years worth of work goes up in flames for some students as their art school catches fire.
One of Glasgow’s most architecturally beautiful schools goes up in flames and the city stops to watch it burn hoping that firefighters can extinguish and save the building. Unfortunately the library, one of the schools most loved and beautiful areas, was badly damaged in the fire.
I think Glasgow needs more folk like this colourful young guy. What a place it would be if we did have.
Standing out from the crowd of garish pinks and standard issue high street clothes.
Thinking a little differently from the typical herded individuals that make up many of the folk in Glasgow.
Arfo Caribbean arts centre Glasgow
Tram in Bratislava
Buchanan Street Glasgow
Indian Men West End Glasgow
Man with Dog Byres Road
Reflections on European train journey
New clothes Glasgow
Niki Front room on a rainy day
Rural child Hungary
Rural child Hungary
London airport Stair