An unusually really foggy night in Glasgow gave the city an old historical vibe. Glasgow used to be known for being smoggy and not being able to see 2 feet in front of you. I could hardly see the bridge or trees, it all merged like a beautiful Turner painting. The Clyde river is so important to Glasgow , especially in the period it was evoking to me.
Glasgow's student scene is growing all the time . It's impossible to miss. On a foggy night, I liked how the colours and letters glowed over Albert Bridge, like the Hollywood sign in a scifi movie, but with the Victorian lights. Sometimes old and new mix well !
Glasgow people know how to enjoy themselves. This painting is the crowd I was part, of leaving The Queen concert (part of TRNSMT). Everyone had enjoyed the sun and left singing we are the champions. If you are loved in Glasgow, you know it !
The appeal of opposites attracted me to this image. The breakfast table in the background and the table looking like the end of an evening in the foreground. The casual jeans and the formal tablecloth . There is a freedom and beauty in the mixture.
The sun was shining, reminding me of Edward Hoppers' New York paintings. Waterloo is quite a wide street with old and new buildings and Central station at the end. It was mid morning, so only a few people around.