Second part of the Glasgow transport museum tour.
Slowly it has dawned on me I might have found the part of photography I like the most. People say look at the bigger picture, I think I prefer to show the smaller part of the bigger picture. Everyone’s seen the bigger picture but the small things in life pass us by!
Camera: Canon 1D Mark III
Lens: Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM
All indoors photos:
All outdoors photos:
Aperture: F4 or F8
Description are below the photo to first give you chance to decide for yourself what it might be.
Easy one, a train lantern.Front of the train with the lantern. The side of a tram.A classic truck radiator and radiator cap.Norton motorcycle.
Fire engine’s pumps.
Now the outside of the Glasgow Transport museum.
Small conclave on the right hand side of the building.
Love the way the angle of the connecting plates draw your eyes to the roof and onwards to the sky.
Just had to take this photo. Another excellent example of the brilliant art around the building. This is the bicycle racks.This is a curved window, see if you can make out the landscape reflected.
If you are ever in Glasgow made a point to visit the museum. In part 3 I will show you the Glenlee which is moored behind the museum.
Photographs by Jacques…