Looks like an “end scene” shot, well it was our last full day in Glasgow. Glasgow has a lot of cool stuff hidden away in alleys. This was from the top of The Lighthouse, a center for design and architecture, and hilarious washroom signs.
Have I said how great my hosts were in Scotland? Probably, but I want to say it again. My long-time friends Alex and Dave have always brought a sense of adventure (misadventure? ha!) to our trips together. I’ve known Dave for just about 10 years now – cannot believe that – and Alex for just a few years shorter than that. They are some of the best people I know. Above Dave is peeking into the Horcrux Cave on Staffa, and below is the quintessential “adventure is out there” pose on a ferry with Shawn.
My library life has injected itself in most things I see and do now. One recent development is applying descriptive terms to everyday life. Unlocked a new level of nerd? FTW! These are the true quacks. Do not take their medical advice, but you can be their friend. [Shot in Pollock Park, Glasgow, Scotland]
Continuing the story of the Three Isle Tour, I wanted to post some color! The sky was so breathtakingly blue. We woke up that morning thinking we were going to be both wet and chilled, because you know, Scotland happens, but the weather couldn’t have been better. I think with the water and sky combined, the views we saw that day were some of my favorite views I have EVER seen.
To the left is a small island with an estate/castle (I think) and to the right Alex and Dave are being themselves on the beach of Iona.
Hello hello hello!
I have totally dropped the ball and failed to post for far too long. This does not mean I haven’t been up to fun and creative things, but I hope to be posting more regularly starting NOW. What is better than starting off with a trip? I just got back from SCOTLAND and have lots of photos to share, and lots of drawings in my head yet to hit the page. Above is an Instax of me in front of Edinburgh Castle, and below is Shawn (left), with our wonderful hosts, Dave & Alex (right, center), in Pollock Park. Much more to come, so pleased stay tuned.
Also, I post a lot on my Artist Page on Facebook – many works in progress or quick drawings.