Into The Light

Into The Light

The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, more commonly known as the library on 5th Ave in NYC, opened to the public in 1911. A magnificent example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, the library symbolises the ideal of free and open access to knowledge.  Coming down...
Breaking Glass

Breaking Glass

Taken at Òran Mór, Glasgow in November 2017, Hazel O’Connor was born in Coventry, England and rose to fame as an actress and singer in 1980 when playing the role of Kate in the film Breaking Glass. She wrote and performed its accompanying soundtrack and won her...
Repairing The Bridge

Repairing The Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge in New York opened in 1883. Originally called the New York and Brooklyn Bridge and the East River Bridge, it was later dubbed the Brooklyn Bridge and at the time of opening it was the worlds longest suspension bridge. It was also the first...
Walk The Dinosaur

Walk The Dinosaur

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe certainly throws up some unusual sites and a man dressed in a costume whilst riding on an inflatable dinosaur is certainly one of the more bizarre ones. This performer is part of a larger group who are one of the more regular attendees at...
To The Station

To The Station

Queen Street Railway Station in Glasgow began a massive regeneration in mid 2017 but remains open to the public via a side entrance. On passing by one day I noticed the sign pointing the direction of the entrance and the figure of a person indicating the walking...
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