Riverside Museum 3...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...my last for this series for this week, the wide view keeping the Glenlee and the Museum in and some of the street furniture too.

Tags: Scotland Landscape and travel Lanarkshire

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jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
13 Jan 2012 5:42AM
Good to see the whole view, explaining this

Peter

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
13 Jan 2012 6:17AM
This is exactly a view I tried to take, Dougie, but at my widest setting of 18mm. could not get as much in.......had I moved further back I'd have tipped over the balustrade and fallen into the R. Kelvin. The building a very fine new addition to the Glasgow Museum stock and a very appropriate spot at which to have the old barque moored.
Ronnie.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
13 Jan 2012 7:14AM
Makes me want to visit Dougie !!!
Ron.
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
13 Jan 2012 7:56AM
Like the comp with this Dougie, good use of the shadows too.
Regards Richard.
13 Jan 2012 8:15AM

Quote:Makes me want to visit Dougie !!!
Ron.



Aye!
Johanna
I can hear the irony in that one word Johanna, you should see the sky out my window this morning, a Red sky in the morning... Wink
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1494 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 9:39AM
I want to visit too. Thanks for a brilliant series, inspiring.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
9 22 68 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 10:25AM
Something tells me that the Riverside Museum is the new Sage.
This image has a great 'feel' about it. I have wider lenses but I can't visualise the apparent proportions being improved thereby. A top-hole set this week, Dougie.
Regards
Bill

We had an amazing red sky on Tuesday morning as we went to start another season's invigilation - but school is one place I would never take a camera. There hasn't been a drop of rain since Smile
saltireblue Plus
6 5.9k 33 Norway
13 Jan 2012 10:55AM
A subtle contrast between the old ship and the new building, Dougie. The ship reaching for the heavens with her masts and the building with that longest point on the roof.

Malc
13 Jan 2012 11:31AM
a great addition to Glasgow well captured
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
13 Jan 2012 11:37AM
It's good to see the fuller picture Dougie.
13 Jan 2012 1:50PM
An super composed image Dougie. A great f/g interest, holding this together.............Sandy
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 2:01PM
love the comp dougie brilliant detail and light a cracker really enjoyed this series top work Wink
andy
13 Jan 2012 4:45PM
A well balanced image, Dougie.
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 68 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 4:47PM
Great shot !!....love the contrast between the old & the new !!!

'Street furniture' ???......that 'settee' on the left doesn't look very comfortable !!!!!!!.Wink
moiral 6 12 Scotland
13 Jan 2012 5:37PM
Great shot Dougie. One of these days I might even get down to see it for myself. Moira
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2012 5:39PM
excellent a great shot
fraser 12 631 14 Scotland
18 Jan 2012 5:42PM
Good use of the street furniture Dougie, gives the photo some depth.

Fraser

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