There is presently a Christmas/continental market in the city centre. This time of year, I normally like to treat myself to a mug of mulled wine, but I was put off it a couple of years ago when I went to Edinburgh with my nephew - see here. The Glühwein we had from one of the stalls there was quite disappointing to drink like watered down blackcurrant juice. This is to say, it did not conjure up warm memories of drinking Glühwein in Gothenburg.
We continued to wander through the crowds, when I was tempted by the look of the churros. The smell evoked a memory of my time in the streets of Paris. There were even some aebleskiver - Danish pancakes for the offering, but the prices that were being charged to enjoy these deterred me. Instead the scrooge in me, found some pleasure in watching people being merry amidst the hustle and bustle.
This carousel and the lights are namely in George Square against the backdrop of Glasgow City Chambers - a very impressive building - inside and out.
This photograph (above) was going to be my entry to Tinned Tomatoes festive photographs, but somehow I missed the deadline. Boo hoo.
So please, let me share some Christmas colour with you.