I don’t normally post blogs without having some sort of structure to them. I normally know in advance the kind of things I’ll be taking pictures of and can plan the blog and gallery around that. However, sometimes you just see things that don’t need a long explanation, or don’t have a century of history behind them. Sometimes you drive past a man painting on the wall of the Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow’s East End. When that happens, you don’t have time to figure out how this fits into what you have planned – you just take the pictures.
So here’s to what I intend on being the first of many, unrelated and random galleries of the little things that make Glasgow special.