Monday, July 31, 2006

Finnieston Crane reflected in the new BBC building. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, July 29, 2006

View across the canting basin near the Science Centre. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Only happy on a t-shirt

Look - a t-shirt with the same name as the blog (well, nearly): Happy When It Rains.

They also have Satan's Little Helper which I think is a picture of our next-door neighbour's dog when it was a puppy...

Saturday, July 22, 2006

There was a bit of a stramash tonight when some of the clones fell out... Posted by Picasa

Friday, July 21, 2006

Trying out the new cable release. Not sure I've quite got the hang of it yet and there's a funny stripy effect going on in the middle for some reason... Posted by Picasa

Armadillo and Bell's Bridge Posted by Picasa

The Squinty Bridge again. Posted by Picasa

Infra-red dinghies Posted by Picasa

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Piano through a glass pig. Posted by Picasa

Weird supernatural phenomena afflicted the Galloway coastline in the olden days... Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Dad and I went along to the River Festival at the weekend, where I took lots of photos of the Science Centre... Posted by Picasa

Glaswegians looking futuristic. Posted by Picasa

Seagull and Science Centre. Posted by Picasa

The Science Centre and tower. The tower's supposed to have a kind of lift thing (like the one in Seattle) but it's only worked for about 10 minutes in its six-year existence. And then it got stuck for a while during the trip, so everyone's a bit nervous about going on it even if they ever do get it running again... Posted by Picasa

Dad (bottom right hand corner) contemplates leaping on board the 'Iris' for a wee sail... Posted by Picasa

The tower again (still not working). Posted by Picasa

Some naval types eating ice-cream. Posted by Picasa

The 'Artemis' with some cranes in the background. Posted by Picasa

Ancient and modern. Posted by Picasa

People dressed up to make wicker baskets. Posted by Picasa

Monday, July 17, 2006

A Birlinn such as was banned in the 14th century to put the hems on the Lords of the Isles. I think the originals were a bit bigger. Or the Lords of the Isles were very small. Posted by Picasa

Sunflower Posted by Picasa

Gerbera Posted by Picasa

Friday, July 14, 2006