These old windows & embrasures are all at Arbroath Abbey.
Hi all 😁 Here’s my latest entry for Ludvig’ Monday Window challenge.
The Templeton Building started out life as a carpet factory. Construction began in 1888 and was completed in 1892. It was constructed for James Templeton and Son for the manufacture of their patented spool Axminster Carpets.
It was in use as a carpet factory until 1984 when it was converted into a business centre. It underwent a major regeneration project in 2005, and became a multi-purpose building housing apartments, office space and the West brewery bar & restaurant.
Hi all 😁 My entry for Ludvig’s Monday Window.
This picture is somewhat chaotic and so requires some explanation. On Buchanan Street in Glasgow is the Allsaints Spitalfields store which has large glass windows on the front and side; what is unique is that the windows are filled with old singer sewing machines (see below). Even in this shot you can see the reflection of the buildings lining Royal Bank Place.Continue reading “Reflecting Windows — City Relections #6 — LPM – Photo Adventure/Monday Window”
Hi all 😁 My entry for Ludvig’s Monday Window Challenge.
These windows, old and new, all overlook George Square in Glasgow City Centre.
Hi all 😁 Some of the Many (of the windows of Callendar House) is my entry for Ludvig’s Monday Window challenge. Make sure to get over to his blog for more window-centric posts.Continue reading “Some of the Many — Monday Window Dec 02”
Hi all 😁 My entry for the Monday Window Challenge — Windows in the House for an Art Lover.Continue reading “Monday Window — Nov 25”