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  • August8th

    General View, Paddys Market

  • August3rd

    Walking around the streets of Glasgow you will see people from all walks of life, from all corners of the globe. I have never had a go at ‘Street Photography’ before, these few photos being my first attempt at what is a difficult genre to master. This was also the first time that I had used the lens on Manual focus, at a distance of 5ft and at 20mm zoom. Using the depth of field calculator set at F8, everything should be in focus between 2ft 7 1/2″ and 51ft. While I am not sure this is the case in the photographs, it was a lesson to me.

     

    The Streets of Glasgow 1

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  • August3rd

    Free Palestine, Glasgow

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    Free Palestine

    Glasgow is like any other city in the United Kingdom. There is graffiti in many public places, many of it repetitive. This stenciled ‘Free Palestine’ can be found in a number of locations, like this here on the Southside of Glasgow. I was actually in this area to take photographs of the ongoing development of the M74 motorway extension.

  • August1st

    Munich Metro, Deserted

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    Theresienwiese, Munich

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  • August1st

    Welcome to Silversnaps

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    No Fun, Glasgow GOMA

    Welcome to Silversnaps. Perhaps not the best opening image for a new website, but an amusing one all the same. The area around the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art is popular with the skateboard generation. This is their take on the sign prohibiting their fun.
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  • August1st

    Located in Gateshead, in the North East of England Trinity Street car park was opened in 1967. Part of the Trinity Street shopping complex, the concrete structure which dominated the Gateshead skyline, had a prominent role in the 1971 filem ‘Get Carter’ staring Michael Caine. The ‘rooftop cafe’ never found a tenant and never opened.

    Trinity Car Park, Gateshead

     

    Trinity Car Park, Gateshead

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