Wandering Around Glasgow
Many of the photos that I share here on the blog are of rural spaces, nature in all its glory and historical sites centuries old. Today I went to Glasgow, and I took some photos of the urban architecture that I found there. Glasgow is a city of real contrast, where architectural gems sit side-by-side functional, sterile structures. This makes Glasgow such an exciting place to wander around, to soak up the different styles and to discover wonderful surprises around every corner.
Quite a few of the shots that I took today were of Glasgow Central railway station, as it’s one of my favourite urban spaces. I can literally get lost while wandering around staring at the intricate webs of steel. In fact, I once was so distracted, I left the station from an exit I wasn’t familiar with, and became so disorientated I had to phone my dad for directions! Anyway, here are some of my best shots of the day:
Which city do you enjoy wandering around? Do you have a favourite piece of architecture, and if you do, why is it special to you?