Sunday, April 30, 2006

Fake infrared version of a photo from the other day on Great Western Road. Posted by Picasa

Bee diving for pollen. Posted by Picasa

A bigger, stripier bee. Posted by Picasa

Choir on the Radio

Chapel Choir on Radio 4: Apparently they're actually in the chapel in this case, despite the lack of ISDN that usually leads to live broadcasts having to be done from Wellington Church on University Avenue.

Friday, April 28, 2006

Sculpture on the back of the ClydeBuilt museum. Posted by Picasa

Wider shot of the sculpture. Although I'm fairly sure the shipbuilding process didn't actually involve pulling the ship through a wall at any point. Posted by Picasa

Glass walls. Posted by Picasa

The back of the yellow shed featured last week (which TJ pointed out is in fact part of BAE Systems, and used to to be Yarrow's). Posted by Picasa

The wee waterbus that sails up and down the river between Braehead and Glasgow. It's not running at the moment, but the operators said it should be by next week. So I might try that as a slightly more exciting alternative to the No. 24 bus... Posted by Picasa

Seagull next to the Kyles, which was moored next to the waterbus. Posted by Picasa

Brick with rainbow patterning. Posted by Picasa

Another seagull. The river seagulls are obviously braver - or vainer - than the park ones, and don't mind having their pictures taken. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Cloisters in black and white. Posted by Picasa

Man hurrying into the Dark Corners... Posted by Picasa

Ceiling. Posted by Picasa

Wide-angle shot. Posted by Picasa

Tower and weird spinning sculpture. Posted by Picasa

Cobblestones. Posted by Picasa

University motto carved into the gateposts. Posted by Picasa

Bright tree and grafitti. Posted by Picasa

From Kelvinbridge. Posted by Picasa

Tower, tenements, and blob on sensor :-( Posted by Picasa

Cafe society on the Kelvin... Posted by Picasa