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Morning over Glasgow

Morning Over Glasgow

One of my favourite things to feature on this photo blog are aspects of the University which most people don’t see, either by choice, restriction or lack of knowledge of its existence. I assume most students don’t wander around the various buildings on campus looking for interesting finds, or just to see what the other departments and buildings are holding within them.

The above is a sight which many students won’t see merely because of the circumstances under which this sight is possible. I took the photo at 7.57am from the 10th floor of the University Library. Not too many people around the library at that time, although there were some, hard at work.

The photo looks towards the city centre, and the towers you see in the photo are on Park Circus, just on the other side of the Kelvingrove Park from the University. One day I have to get a shot from the same floor of the libray of the sun setting.

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