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...wrapped round a bollard at the Riverside Museum on the River Clyde in Glasgow.
Interesting and very well composed imagery Dougie...
Aside from the superb textural and tonal qualities displayed here I am fascinated to read the legend BEAN on the bollard.
Bean ironfounders started in 1822 in the English West Midlands, made shells for Lloyd George and motor cars and trucks during the 1920s and (as Hadfield Bean) cars again in the 1930s. They ended up as part of British Leyland. I find it hard to imagine anyone in Glasgow ordering bollards from them!
Fascinating stuff, Dougie.
Good details and textures in this study Dougie
Congratulations Dougie, you have officially joined the RAS Bondage Division.
This strikes me as a bit belt-and-braces. Someone doesn't necessarily trust the chains on their own...
Intriguing.....thats for sure
Well Dougie,at last,I have actually been to a place in Scotland that you have been to.
And I have even got a shot of this chunky bit of rust.
A splendid shot and welcome to the RAS !!
Great details and contrasting textures Dougie
A ropey old Bean bag Dougie but so beautifully textured.
A lovely combination
The textures and colours are special - beautifully muted.
Great textures and muted colours Dougie.
Ropes and rust and a bean.
Nice details here.
Excellent detailed image Dougie.
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