Some images I took while walking around Kelvingrove park in the west end of Glasgow. Contains images of the park, the Kelvin hall, Glasgow uni and the Art Galleries and Museum.
St Clement’s Church is a late fifteenth-century or early sixteenth-century church in Rodel, Harris, Scotland, built for the Chiefs of the MacLeods of Harris. It is dedicated to Pope Clement I.
These images were taken as the two ‘slab blocks’ were being prepared for demolition. The slab block I lived in on Petershill drive was demolished first.
When I found out that the Red road flats were to be demolished I just had to capture images of them before they were gone.