Another taste of Glasgow

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Winter’s always a bit more frustrating for street photography.  It’s not so much the weather, it’s more the lack of daylight.  Even on dry, mild days there’s only a handful of hours to spare, especially in the afternoons when most urban areas really start to get active.

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So I’m full of lunch, raring to go, and the sun starts to go down about 3:30pm.  Pushing film helps to stretch things out for a while but eventually darkness descends.  And the cold.  And wet.  That’s when the pub becomes an attractive proposition.

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Still, some time with the camera is still better than no time.  Managed to get round Glasgow again, on a reasonably dry day.  This is a great city for street photography, and an interesting contrast to Edinburgh.

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Another enjoyable day in Glasgow, can’t wait to get back when the days are a bit longer.

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