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Photographs: Glasgow in photos

Last updated on 3.1.2020

Here are some of the photos from my Glasgow trip. Part of me wanted to celebrate how I finally managed to travel without my DSLR/mirrorless and actually like the photos I took. On my trip all I had was my faithful Huawei P9 Lite. I am trying to teach myself that it is not the camera that makes a photographer!
Scotland, GlasgowGlasgow is lovely and rough. The streets are filled with stories and scars of the moments long gone.

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Glasgow’s People’s Palace is a wonderful place to visit. It is filled with random history of the city and its people.

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Necropolis was my favourite. Victorian cemetary with various kinds of tombs and mausoleums.

Scotland, GlasgowHad to take a photo of this as it made me giggle in my head. Someone had written “poor bastards” on a mausoleum. Oh Glasgow, you are eccentric and lovely.Scotland, Glasgow

Glasgow Cathedral is a beautiful church next to Necropolis. There is also the tomb of St. Mungo. Harry Potter fans have to now go google if there is a connection there. Scotland, Glasgow
Scotland, GlasgowGlagow has amazing street art everywhere. When you approach this art piece it looks like the man is squatting on a completely different business than mushroom picking.
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This mural has soul. I can feel his emotions. Can you?

Scotland, Glasgow
Leaving Scotland was as easy as all the other times I have had to exit the land of kilts. My flight was delayed by hour which resulted in a night in Amsterdam airport. Leaving an island is always just as exciting. Eventually I made it to Amsterdam where I stayed awake as it was too busy and bright that day. At 7 am I boarded the Helsinki plane. After a long night I was happy to know that Helsinki was only few hours away.

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Psst! *waves you over* Remember to share this with your humans!

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