Glasgow : A Riverside Walk
A winter Sunday afternoon : a wee stroll by the Clyde with a Leica M9 and Summicron-M 50mm f/2.0, Mk III
The catamaran "Clyde Clipper" moored outside the Crown Plaza hotel.
A bit cold for a floating wedding reception today!
An extraordinary, and slightly menacing, lighting effect as the low afternoon sun cuts through below the clouds, illuminating the bridge, the Finneston Crane and buildings on the north bank of the Clyde
The glass and steel HQ of the BBC in Scotland glimmers in the winter air, and its reflection in the waters of the Clyde
The Waverley is the last ocean-going paddle steamer in the world.
Built in Glasgow in 1948, the ship moors each winter at Pacific Quay, below the Glasgow Tower at the Science Centre.
Viewed across the Clyde from the Lancefield Quay walkway.
Mavisbank Gardens occupies the former site of the 1988 Garden Festival, which began the re-development of the miles of obsolete shipping wharfs in inner-city Glasgow.
A fine sunset glow lights the sky over another of Glasgow's quayside regenerations
UNDER KINGSTON BRIDGE
As the polychromatic sunset display fades into the azure tonality of "l'heure bleue", the geometry of the buildings around old Finneston Crane is thrown into relief on the horizon
FROM SPRINGFIELD QUAY