Halloween — #PPAC #19 and CMMC

Hi all 😃 My entry for the Photographing Public Art Challenge #19, set this week by Cee & CMMC: Pick a Topic from my photo.

This Halloween display at the Glasgow Botanics is made from contributions by local schools in Glasgow.

Double Sunburst — Fan Of… #130

Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in this weekly challenge whenever you find yourself thinking “I’m a fan of…” (see below for how-to).

This week’s Fan Of… is a double sunburst. I captured this sunburst & its reflection on an early morning ride down by the Forth & Clyde Canal.

Sunburst & its reflection in the Forth & Clyde Canal
Sunburst & its reflection in the Forth & Clyde Canal

How To Join In

  1. Create a Fan Of… Photo Post.
  2. Add a link to your Fan of… blog post in my comment box or create a pingback by linking to my post.
  3. Title your post Fan Of… or add Fan Of… tag.

Have a great week 😁

Charles Rennie Mackintosh — #PPAC #18

Hi all 😃 My entry for the Marsha & Cee’s Photographing Public Art Challenge, hosted this week by Marsha, featuring some fantastic elephant sculptures.

This mural can be found in Glasgow, down by the river, towards Glasgow Green; it features the renowned Scottish architect, designer & artist, Charles Rennie Mackintosh & features one of his most used flowers, the rose.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Changing Moods of Fannyside Lochs — Fan Of… #129 and PastSquares

Hi all 😁 Feel free to join in this weekly challenge whenever you find yourself thinking “I’m a fan of…” (see below for how-to).

This week’s Fan Of… is the changing moods of Fannyside Lochs as seen through PastSquares, & so is my latest post for Becky’s PastSquares. Some of my favourite shots have been captured at this small, peaceful Loch, like the one below.

This was a post that I have had in the works for a while; but whilst gathering the photos together, I realised that many of them had appeared in Becky’s Square challenges over the last couple of years, so this seemed the perfect melding of Fan Of… & PastSquares.

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