I was walking along Glasgow’s Byers Road the other evening, and I saw two pink faced children giving a box of pizza to a gentleman sitting in the wet hollow between two shops. I wish I could have captured that moment… but here are some snaps from this month. From Glasgow’s Campsies to Edinburgh, to home in England.
I can see the Campsies from my house, but nothing compares to being in the middle of them. I’m thankful for being shown them.
If this picture was in colour you’d see pale yellows and a hazy fog covering the outskirts of Glasgow.
Names fail me right now. I decided to focus the lens on the people though, it seems.
Cartier Bresson used to photograph children, but today it seems to be a violation of privacy. No faces can be seen here, but hopefully the joy and excitement of a child’s Christmas in Edinburgh can be seen!
I wonder if they have English markets in Germany?
I love a wide shot of people passing by in a city scene.
I seem to remember climbing on some concrete behind a tent at the Edinburgh Christmas fair to get this one.
Scottish gris, the best kind.
Wheat Bisks! Cheap Weetabix.
To me this is beautiful. To others it’s meaningless. Art reflecting life.