Walls

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Wall.” Dug out a couple of images from a recent visit to Glasgow’s Transport Museum.  (Discovered WordPress Daily Post challenge “Wall” too late submit anything taken this week). The first two were taken inside the museum, the third image of something Read more…

Dino Ferrari: obit.

DINO FERRARI (early 1960’s — 16th march 2014) My first taste of PROPER coffee and hearing the pressurized WHOOSH and GURGLE of  a continental coffee machine was in Dino’s in the mid-sixties. Now, in those days, a coffee in Glasgow was some brownish/greyish liquid of indeterminate flavour served in a Read more…

Argyle Street

The quote, “Cats and monkeys – monkeys and cats – all human life is there !”, always comes to mind when I’m in Argyle Street. In a ten minute walk from the bottom of Buchanan Street along to the Tron there was a fair bit to capture the attention on Read more…

The Waverley

Great to see The Waverley going “doon the watter” on Sunday. The  last sea-going paddle steamer in the world. It fair took me back to my childhood! I don’t know which trip it was on, but I hope it was going round the Kyles of Bute, stopping at Tighnabruaich and Read more…

Hogganfield Loch

A couple of hours to spare so went looking for the grebes, hoping to see the chicks. What a difference 2 weeks can make to the vegetation in a pond. You’d never know there had ever been a grebe nest there, with all the grasses and reeds covering the area. Read more…

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