Govan once again and snapped away some things that caught our eye on previous visits. This 'cheeky wee fella' caught our attention a number of times, but we were never able to snap a picture as it was always raining, this time the skies were blue as his wings.
Funnily, as we walked towards this mosaic to take a photograph, someone else had the same idea and was there taking a photograph of it. I smiled and said 'Snap - we are here to take a picture too'. The woman smiled and responded back that she had designed and created the mosaic work. Wow, we thought what a coincidence to meet its creator. Her name was Fiona. We both told her we were genuinely impressed with it, hence our desire to capture a image of it for ourselves.She smiled and blushed, thanking us for the compliment, but it was true.
The Magpie Nest. I've never ever asked to take a photograph of the interior of a shop before, but i had too this time as I wanted to share with you how it looks on the inside. Plus I was very inspired by the way this charity shop was laid out, and permission was kindly granted.
Starter Packs Glasgow. This Starter Packs project puts together packs of essential household goods for homeless people who are granted permanent tenancies, hence this is more than a charity shop.
LUV Cafe (Linthouse Urban Village), its a not profit cafe part of the LUV Project, I am hoping to treat myself to a lunch there one of these days.
Riverside Museum from another perspective - the outside.
follow this link. Today was about enjoying the outside, hence the River Clyde Walk.
Riverside Museum, but as it cost around £3 for a return ticket, we worked out it was cheaper for us to drive and park there, so got back into the car and drove to the other side.
The Science Centre with its 100m skyward Tower that never works whenever we have been there, or when it has been people have been stuck in it.
The changing face of the Riverfront in Glasgow: from Old Govan to New.